Read Oregon: An Oregon Collaborative for Improvement of Literacy

formerly known as CREADE
Collaborative Reading Education And Distance Education

Literacy Programs for K-12 Teachers
About ReadOregon About ReadOregon and CREADE projects; Newsletters; Support letters from principals; Term-by-term comparison of course evaluation summaries, more
Online Catalog 8-term catalog of ReadOregon courses by thematic area.
Current Courses Current schedule of reading/literacy courses available through ReadOregon.
ReadOregon Application Teachers: Fill out this application one time to apply to the ReadOregon programs. Submit a new application only if your personal or school information changes.
Home Institutions Information about and links to ReadOregon home institutions.
Program Advising General advising for ReadOregon programs.
Reading Endorsement Overview of the graduate-level, distance-delivered 24-credit Reading Endorsement program.
Literacy Education Course of Study Overview of the graduate-level, distance-delivered 12-credit Literacy Education Competency Certificate for general classroom teachers.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Common questions and answers about participating in the ReadOregon program and teaching reading in Oregon.
ReadOregon Faculty Information about faculty teaching ReadOregon distance education courses.
Standards for Reading Specialists Performance-based standards for reading specialists developed by the International Reading Association.
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    ReadOregon is for:
    • K-12 teachers who want to be reading specialists
    • K-12 teachers who want to improve their knowledge and skills in teaching reading
    • Preservice teachers

Coordination of the ReadOregon programs is being funded by The Teaching Research Institute, Western Oregon University.
ReadOregon is a consortium of five Colleges/Schools of Education of the Oregon University System
in cooperation with OUS Departments of Distance and Continuing Education.
The ReadOregon programs were originally developed (2002-2005) with grant funds from
the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), U.S. Dept. of Education

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