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What a great place to connect with others who are helping children (and adults) in many areas of learning. My area of expertise is literacy (children's and family). Feel free to visit my blog for families which alternates between the "snuggle and cuddle stage" and supporting independent readers. I'd love to have you follow and contribute!Also, there are some great articles for tutors on one of my favorite reading sites, The Literacy Connection:Advice for First Time TutorsA Toolbox of Literacy Termsplus lots of other tips.You will also find an excellent area on comprehension (the real reason we read anyway).Enjoy!
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During the next six weeks people in the US and the world will be more generous than they are at any other part of the year. How can we combine our messages on this and other forums, so more donors are choosing non profits represented by members of this forum? One way is to write a blog talking about what you do, and where you communicate your own message to the public. If you link to this forum on those blogs and Facebook pages, then the people you talk to in other forums will come here, and they will learn about each organization who takes time to post a blog message and web site links showing the work they do with kids, and where they do that work. We can help each other, and we can help each other. Dan Bassill Tutor/Mentor Connection
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