Harriet Levine
M.Ed., M.A.

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Harriet A Levine received a M.A. in Reading & Literacy and an M.Ed. in Multicultural Studies. Levine has many years of teaching experience in K-12 schools, and for the past 5 years, has worked in higher education. She has been an elementary classroom teacher in Los Angeles and Goleta, and from 1986 - 2008 was a reading specialist in The Goleta Union School District. Levine worked with student teachers and interns as a clinical supervisor at Loyola-Marymount University in Los Angeles, and now works as a support provider for clear credential candidates at UCLA. Currently, in addition to teaching for UC San Diego Extension, Harriet has a private practice as a reading specialist.

My Courses

K-12 Pedagogy for Teachers
Participating teachers will be required to grow and improve in their ability to reflect upon and apply the CSTPs while exploring the specific pedagogical skills for subject matter instruction...
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Mainstreaming the Special Child
This course will give teachers valuable skills for promoting the integration of students with special needs in the regular classroom environment. Topics include state and federal special education...
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R & L: Planning, Organizing, and Providing Instruction
This course will provides an opportunity to evaluate plan, implement, and monitor formal literacy instruction at the classroom and school wide level including instruction that assures that the full...
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R & L: Research, Instruction, and Intervention
Candidates will review research pertaining to language & literacy instruction and intervention, the use of print, media, & digital resources, learn the normal progression of complexity for...
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