Literacy Lab



What is the Literacy Program?

Evangel University Master of Education in Literacy program hosts a free literacy lab during the month of June, which provides one-on-one reading support and literacy training for K-12 students. Each student will receive a total of sixteen tutoring sessions during a four week period. The literacy lab is available to elementary, middle and high school students, attending public school, private school, or homeschool. To be eligible for this free service, parents must sign a commitment form ensuring their child’s attendance all sixteen days of the lab (or twelve days for secondary students). Students will receive one-on-one reading support from a graduate student enrolled in the Master of Education in Literacy program. Elementary students (K-4) need to commit to all four weeks and secondary students (fifth grade and up) need to commit to at least three of the four weeks.


How do I apply?

Anyone interested in the clinic must submit their applications by April 1st. Applications can be submitted with the online form to the right, or download a paper application.

For additional information, contact the department at (417) 865-2815, ext. 8554.


Lab Schedule

The clinic will serve selected students daily Monday – Thursday mornings from May  29th – June 21st, 2018 at the following times:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

9:30-
10:30 am

or

10:45-
11:45 am

9:30-
10:30 am

or

10:45-
11:45 am

9:30-
10:30 am

or

10:45-
11:45 am

9:30-
10:30 am

or

10:45-
11:45 am


Testimonials

“Each of these graduate students is working toward state certification as a reading specialist. Throughout these sessions, they analyze and diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of each student reader, then develop a plan to help them grow.” – Dr. Becky Huechteman

“The response has been exceptional. My daughter runs in here every day with a smile. This has been a wonderful experience for us. The teachers are incredible, and they give us tools and projects to work on at home.” Andrea Adkins, Parent


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