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Teaching Language Arts in the Digital Age

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in English Education

The Certificate is intended for language arts teachers at all levels, especially middle and high school English teachers, and any teachers or prospective teachers who want to explore language arts in digital realms.  The Certificate offers:

1) fully online content delivery
2) all ENGL prefixed courses (18 hrs total, which satisfies most accrediting  requirements for dual enrollment or undergraduate teaching in a discipline as long as the teacher also holds at least a Master’s degree in any recognized discipline)
3) intense focus on digital literacy digital content and device interaction (3 screens and a cloud)
4) easy access for initial enrollment as non-degree seeking student but with the option to use some courses to satisfy elective requirements for the traditional M.A. or M.S. in English if desired
5) no sequential course prerequisites (students need not take the courses in a particular sequence)
6) emphases include writing, reading, and assessment, and with additional emphasis on diversity, controversial material in digital content, and electronic devices and interfaces in students’ lives and in classrooms.

Course Listing:

ENGL 601: Diversity in English Language Arts (3)
ENGL 652: Advanced Teaching Writing in a Digital Age (3)
ENGL 659: Digital Electronics in English Language Arts (3)
ENGL 622: Assessment in Digital and Online Language Arts (3)
ENGL 627: Content Challenges in Digital and Online Language Arts (3)
ENGL 625: Advanced Young Adult Literature in a Digital Age (3)

Contact:
Dr. Paul Witkowsky, English Department Graduate Program Coordinator
English Department
Phone 540-831-5628
Email: pwitkows@radford.edu

Teaching Language Arts in the Digital Age
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in English Education

The Certificate is intended for language arts teachers at all levels, especially middle and high school English teachers, and any teachers or prospective teachers who want to explore language arts in digital realms.  The Certificate offers:

1) fully online content delivery
2) all ENGL prefixed courses (18 hrs total, which satisfies most accrediting  requirements for dual enrollment or undergraduate teaching in a discipline as long as the teacher also holds at least a Master’s degree in any recognized discipline)
3) intense focus on digital literacy digital content and device interaction (3 screens and a cloud)
4) easy access for initial enrollment as non-degree seeking student but with the option to use some courses to satisfy elective requirements for the traditional M.A. or M.S. in English if desired
5) no sequential course prerequisites (students need not take the courses in a particular sequence)
6) emphases include writing, reading, and assessment, and with additional emphasis on diversity, controversial material in digital content, and electronic devices and interfaces in students’ lives and in classrooms.

Course Listing:

ENGL 601: Diversity in English Language Arts (3)
ENGL 652: Advanced Teaching Writing in a Digital Age (3)
ENGL 659: Digital Electronics in English Language Arts (3)
ENGL 622: Assessment in Digital and Online Language Arts (3)
ENGL 627: Content Challenges in Digital and Online Language Arts (3)
ENGL 625: Advanced Young Adult Literature in a Digital Age (3)

Contact:
Dr. Paul Witkowsky, English Department Graduate Program Coordinator
English Department
Phone 540-831-5628
Email: pwitkows@radford.edu