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RWC Case Study Published in Reading Psychology Journal

The Donald Durrell Reading and Writing Clinic (RWC) was involved with a case study published in Reading Psychology Journal.

RWC served as the site for the case study, Teacher Talk: One Teacher’s Reflections During Comprehension Strategies Instruction. The case study, written by Dana A. Robertson, “examined one tutor’s evolving use of particular talk moves during comprehension strategies instruction in a university-based clinical setting.”

Dana A. Robertson is an assistant professor at the University of Wyoming. Professor Robertson received his doctoral degree from Boston University School of Education in 2012. During his time at BUSED, Professor Robertson served as the graduate assistant for RWC and was advised by Professor Jeanne Paratore, Director of the RWC.

RWC “serves students in grades 1-12 who experience difficulty with reading and writing.” The Clinic operates out of the Boston University School of Education.

Learn more about the Donald Durrell Reading & Writing Clinic.

Read Robertson’s case study in the Reading Psychology Journal.

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