America Reads: A Tutoring Program at Clemson Elementary School
Clemson University students provide after-school tutoring in reading to K - 2 students at Clemson Elementary School. The CI team will explore young children's literacy development over the academic year, participate in assessing their reading achievement, and their responses to strategy instruction.
|Gambrell, L. B., Hubbard, K., Roberts, L., Jacques, L. & *Kimbrell, L. (submitted). Struggling readers motivation to read. In Garcia, P.O. and Lind, P.B. (Eds.), Reading Achievement and Motivation in Boys and Girls.|
|Hughes, E.M., Brooker, H., Gambrell, L.B., Foster, V. (2011). "Tutoring and mentoring: The results of an America Reads program on struggling readers' motivation and achievement." The 2011 Yearbook of the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers.|
|Exploring Motivation to Read for Struggling Readers in Grades K - 3||Gambrell, L. B., Hubbard, L. R., Jacques, L., & *Kimbrell, L. (2016, December). Proposal submitted for the Literacy Research Association conference.|
|Ramey, D., McCrea-Andrews, H., Gambrell, L.B. (2012, December). Fact, Fiction or a Little of Both Accepted for presentation at the Literacy Research Association Conference, San Diego, CA.|
|Gambrell, L. (April, 2012) The Role of Motivation in Differentiated Literacy Instruction. Institute keynote presented at the International Reading Association, Chicago, IL.|