Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Reading Clinic
A clinic providing one-on-one instruction for struggling readers. We offer instructional reading services for K-8 students of all abilities, who need additional supports, strategies, and targeted reading practices.
An Innovative Approach
The emphasis of this clinic is on helping children with reading difficulties make maximal gains in reading. We provide non-diagnostic entrance testing for placement purposes and progress monitoring to keep track of student progress so that the instructional program can be individually tailored to the student's needs.
How The Reading Clinic Works
- During the Fall & Spring semester, tutoring sessions are 50 minutes in duration, 2 times per week, for 12 weeks.
- Summer sessions are 50 minutes in duration, 4 times per week for 6 weeks.
- Please contact the Reading Clinic for information about our summer programs.
- All students are given non-diagnostic assessments to determine specific reading needs.
- Ambitious but realistic goals are determined for the tutoring period.
- Progress is measured regularly, and instruction is adjusted accordingly.
- Parents will receive regular updates on their child’s progress in tutoring.
- Tutoring is provided by qualified teachers from the community or undergraduate and graduate students supervised by Reading Clinic faculty and staff.
- Tutor specialty areas, degrees, and professions include: low incidence disabilities, speech-language pathology, high incidence disabilities, early childhood, general education teachers
(K-8), behavior analysts, and reading specialists.
- The cost per term is $1,250.
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