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Kinecta Campus Training Center

Developing a High-Dosage Tutoring Model

Agency and school reps are invited to this workshop on adopting a high-dosage tutoring model with characteristics including one-on-one or small group instruction with a high frequency of participation, plus assessments, social-emotional learning, professional development, and more.

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Developing a High-Dosage Tutoring Model
Developing a High-Dosage Tutoring Model

Time & Location

20 ago 2022, 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. GMT-7

Kinecta Campus Training Center, 2100 Park Pl, El Segundo, CA 90245, USA

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About the Event

"Developing a High-Dosage Tutoring Model"

Saturday, August 20, 2022

8:30am-1:30pm

Refreshment, 8:30am | Lunch, 12pm

No cost thanks to our sponsors. 

Location:

Kinecta Campus Training Center

2100 Park Place

El Segundo, CA 90245

(Near Rosecrans/Aviation)

About the Workshop:

Education researchers worldwide are recommending "high-dosage" also known as "high-quality" or "high-impact" tutoring as an effective strategy for accelerating learning among students suffering from learning lost due to the pandemic.

The U.S. Department of Education recommends high-dosage tutoring (HDT) as an evidence-based strategies for mitigating the learning losses. With more than 200,000 students reportedly chronically absent in LAUSD due to COVID cases and other impacts, the personalized instruction HDT offers is needed now more than ever.

Agency and school representatives are invited to this workshop for a look at the personalized instruction, assessments, high frequency of student and parent engagement, professional development, volunteers, partners and more as key elements needed for a tutorial program that can truly help students achieve significant growth and academic excellence.

A special emphasis on the academic and social-emotional needs of students in the South Los Angeles area will be featured.

About the Presenter:

Dr. Laurie Inman has been an educator for 39 years, spanning the TK-16 arena, as a teacher, site/district level administrator, literacy coach, and education consultant. Dr. Inman earned her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership at USC and is currently the Interim Director of the College of Education Student Success Center at CSU Dominguez Hills and a board member at the Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center.

About the Sponsors:

This free workshop is sponsored by the Community Response System of South Los Angeles (CRSSLA) in partnership with Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center with support from The Weingart Foundation and Kinecta Federal Credit Union.

Contact:

Naomi McSwain

CRSSLA Education Committee, Co-Chair

www.crssla.org/education 

Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center, Executive Director

nmcswain@wootencenter.org

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