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Blog Posts from Dr. Bruce Taylor

Dr. Bruce Taylor is a Professor in the Department of Reading and Elementary Education in UNC Charlotte's College of Education. Dr. Taylor has years of experience in education and tutoring. In addition to his role as a professor, Dr. Taylor serves as the Director of the Center for Adolescent Literacy at UNC Charlotte and works closely with its ReadWriteServe program that conducts tutoring and community-based literacy initiatives. Dr. Taylor is also one of Tan Kap Vini's faculty advisors and works directly with our tutoring program. In the following blog posts, Dr. Taylor provides some important tips on tutoring.

October 27, 2016

This is the third and final post about helping tutors get tutoring off to a good start with new students (learners). In parts one and two, we looked at creating a plan for the first session or two to help establish trust, set expectations, assess initial needs, and ask...

October 26, 2016

This is the second of a three-part series of posts to help tutors get tutoring off to a good start with new students (learners). In part one, we looked at creating a plan for the first session or two to help establish trust and set expectations for future tutoring sess...

October 25, 2016

This is the first of a three-part series of posts to help tutors get tutoring off to a good start with new students (learners). In part one, we look at creating a plan for the first session or two to help establish trust and set expectations for future tutoring session...

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