UMF aspiring teachers offer literacy clinic

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The 21st century kids of F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N after-school program, which takes place at W.G. Mallet School in partnership with UMF is offering help to students with reading and language arts skills with a literacy clinic. This program also gives preservice teachers of UMF a chance to be introduced to the teaching role as well as help their community.

Kathryn Will-Dubyak
Kathryn Will-Dubyak

Dr. Kathryn Will-Dubyak professor at UMF explains to the Sun Journal, “I believe that learning by working with one child allows preservice teachers to put into practice the foundational theories, concepts, and skills they need to be successful literacy teachers.” Will-Dubyak recently received the Bonnie Campbell Hill National Literacy Leader Award winner by the Children’s Literature Assembly at the National Council of Teacher Educators national conference in Houston, Texas.

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