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Writing Intervention Study Opportunity

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“Do you have a child who struggles with reading or writing? If so, I may be able to help! WHO I AM: I am a PhD student from the School of Education at UNC Chapel Hill. I am interested in doing a combined reading and writing intervention for students who are homeschooled. WHAT I DO: I will train homeschool parents in an evidence-based intervention, which has been shown to improve reading and writing performance. Parents will then use the strategy for instruction with their children. THE INTERVENTION: Using Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD), students will be taught TWA+PLANS for reading and writing (Think before, While and After reading; Pick goals, List ways to meet goals, And, make Notes, Sequence notes). BENEFITS: Participating students will potentially improve their academic performance in reading comprehension and writing after receiving the intervention.” If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Abby at 919-749-5072 or

Resources: Academic enrichment (academic classes, tutoring, testing, etc.)
Area served:Durham
State(s):North Carolina
Location:4 Morningside Drive. Durham, NC

Writing Intervention Study Opportunity

4 Morningside Drive. Durham, NC

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