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Emily Jane Solari

Professor
Unit: Curry School of Education
Department: Curry School of Education
Office location and address
417 Emmet St S
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Iterative Replication of Read Well in First Grade
Source: U.S. Department Of Education
July 01, 2020 – June 30, 2025
Virginia Is for Leaders: Development of Experts in Evidence-based Literacy Practices for Students with Disabilities
Source: U.S. Department Of Education
November 01, 2019 – October 31, 2024
Autism Education Postdoctoral Training for Pre-K through Secondary Transition
Source: U.S. Department Of Education
September 28, 2018 – June 30, 2023
GEER Early Childhood Language and Literacy Assessment_CARES
Source: Virginia Department Of Education
June 01, 2021 – September 30, 2022
Testing the Efficacy of Reading RULES: A Tier 1 and Tier 2 Intervention for First Grade Children with Decoding and Comprehension Difficulties
Source: U.S. Department Of Education
March 04, 2019 – June 30, 2022
PALS K-3 2021-2022
Source: Virginia Department Of Education
July 01, 2021 – June 30, 2022
EHD-VDOE PALS PreK 2021-22
Source: Virginia Department Of Education
July 01, 2021 – June 30, 2022
PALS English K-3 Expansion
Source: Virginia Department Of Education
July 15, 2021 – January 15, 2022
PALS Español
Source: Virginia Department Of Education
July 15, 2021 – January 14, 2022
Improving Early Literacy At Scale Through Personalized Diagnosis and Intervention
Source: FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INCO
January 01, 2021 – December 31, 2021
EDIS 4993: Independent Study
Credits: 1–6
Independent study.
EDIS 4995: Directed Research
Credits: 1–6
Directed Research under supervision of faculty member.
EDIS 5221: Reading Foundations
Credits: 3
This course addresses the theoretical foundations of how children learn to read and write as well as the difficulties some children encounter as they progress in their literacy development. This course also addresses basic components of effective literacy programs and instruction (e.g., concepts of print, fluency, phonological awareness, phonics, spelling, writing, comprehension, vocabulary) with attention to diverse needs of students.
EDIS 5857: Content Area Seminar - Special Education
Credits: 3
This seminar supports special education teachers enrolled in the state-approved teacher education program. Designed to accompany the special education clinical experience, this seminar provides opportunities for candidates to discuss and reflect on experiences in the clinical placement.
EDIS 5993: Independent Study
Credits: 1–6
Independent Study
EDIS 7700: Reading Foundations for Diverse Learners
Credits: 3
Reading comprehension requires the development of many subcomponent skills. This course will cover the fundamentals of reading development from emergent literacy through adolescent readers. Particular attention will be drawn toward understanding reading development theory, historical context of reading development and policy, as well as how federal policy impacts reading assessment and instruction.
EDIS 7720: Word Study: Language, Structures, and Phonics
Credits: 3
Focuses on the theory and research underlying the acquisition of orthographic knowledge. Explores the increasingly inextricable relationship between orthography and phonology, and the language structures inherent in morphological aspects of English spelling. Building on the history of English spelling, the course touches on cross-linguistic issues related to different orthographies
EDIS 7740: Practicum in Remedial Reading
Credits: 3
Acquaints students with a variety of techniques to support and instruct remedial readers. These techniques address reading, writing, comprehension, and word study across the developmental stages. As a practicum, this class entails teaching either in the McGuffey Reading Clinic under close supervision. Emphasizes appropriate and practical techniques that will meet the needs of specific individuals with specific reading problems. Corequisite: EDIS 7730
EDIS 7852: Seminar: Reading Research
Credits: 3
Students learn about major approaches to research and study exemplars of each. Students will learn to evaluate research reports on the basis of accepted standards for each approach. Prerequisite: Admission to doctoral program or instructor consent.
EDIS 8850: Doctoral Level Methods in Special Education
Credits: 3
This course gives an overview of methods for iinstructioning children with special needs in the public schools. Designed specifically for those doctoral students seeking licensure in school psychology, the course uses cases and video to address methods from a problem-solving format.
EDIS 9740: Internship in College Teaching or Supervision
Credits: 1–6
Opportunities for experienced doctoral students to teach courses or partial courses at the University, or to supervise student teachers under the guidance of a faculty member.
EDIS 9998: Doctoral Research Apprenticeship
Credits: 3–12
Designed to give doctoral students experience conducting research in professional settings appropriate to their disciplines. Prerequisites: Advisor Permission Required