The Center for Adolescent Literacies is hosting a Project 1,000 Tutor Training at Pinewood Elementary School (805 Seneca Place, Charlotte, NC, 28210) on Monday, Aug. 19, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. This training is designed for new tutors working in Project 1,000 programs or others interested in literacy tutoring.
The training will cover the following topics and will include time for questions and answers:
- Getting to know the learner (student)
- Informal assessment to help with literacy tutoring
- Tutoring 101–the basics of tutoring
- Tools for Tutoring–strategies to meet learners’ needs in tutoring
This is an introductory session. Additional trainings are planned in the future to go into more depth.
Download this handout for more information about the Aug. 19, 2013 Project 1,000 tutor training: 2013 Project 1000 Tutor Training. Check out the ReadWriteServe tutoring website for more information about the RWS tutoring program and support.
Project 1,000 is an initiative of United Way of Central Carolinas to recruit, train and support 1,000 tutors, mentors and readers to help students in the greater Charlotte region. The Center for Adolescent Literacies ReadWriteServe programs conduct training for Project 1,000.