The Reading Clinic provides services for children and adolescents who have learning difficulties, are lagging behind their peers in reading, or who are not motivated to read for enjoyment and information. We employ the most up-to-date, success-oriented, motivational teaching techniques and incorporate home activities that reinforce the students' learning in
enjoyable and authentic ways. The Reading Clinic offers 10 weeks of reading assessment and instruction with graduate reading teachers for students ages 5 through adolescence. Individual assessment for the students, instruction using the newest research-based methods, parent sessions, and family literacy ideas ensure that our program delivers extensive reading help for the entire family.
Ages: Usually the children are school age; however,
we are flexible based on the needs of your child.
Adult programs are also available.
Times: hour-long sessions, Tuesday 4:30p.m. or 5:30p.m., and Thursday 5:30p.m. or 6:30 p.m.
$150 per semester (10 or more weeks); one hour per week;
additional $25 parking deposit required.
Hawkins Hall, Room 111,
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Applications due February 1, 2014. Clinics begin on February 18 or 20.
Dr. Martinez-Alba, Reading Clinic Director, is an associate professor in the Graduate Reading Program. The teachers in the clinic are experienced classroom teachers who are completing their master's in reading
program at Towson University.