Center for Literacy | UALR

The UALR Center for Literacy is committed to using literacy as a lever for educational change that leads to significant increases in teacher knowledge and student achievement. The Center houses four nationally recognized training models: Partnership in Comprehensive Literacy (PCL), Comprehensive Intervention Model (CIM), Reading Recovery (RR), and the Strategic Processing Model (SPM). The Center is dedicated to providing premier professional development to educators and to conducting research in literacy-related areas.

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    • UALR Doctoral Student Awarded Scholarship
      scholarship-pictureNathalie Massanelli, a doctoral student in the UALR Reading program, was awarded the Charles and Nadine Baum Scholarship for the 2014-2015 academic year. The scholarship will pay for eight graduate hours each semester, and will enable her to continue the pursuit of her Ph.D. in Reading Education. Nathalie’s research will use a mixed method design to study the effect of using historical fiction novels with teacher facilitated literature discussion groups on the development of children’s wisdom as related to their analysis of characters’ actions.


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