The McEnroe Reading & Language Arts Clinic at UC Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz School will offer a 4-week summer camp for students entering grades 1-7. The program, running July 8th through August 1st, takes place Mondays-Thursdays, 9:00 am-12 pm. Registration is now open.
A team of trained staff – including credentialed teachers and graduate students from the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education – will provide language arts instruction in small-group settings, including engagement in digital literacies (multimedia stories, creating visual/audio texts, etc.), with research-based literacy curriculum.
Special programming this summer includes:
- Reading and performing literature through Reader's Theater
- Integrating literacy-based practices like reading and writing with MakerSpace activities
- Experiencing other outreach centers on the UCSB campus, including the REEF.
Parents interested in helping their children maintain their hard-earned academic skills this summer can apply now. The total cost of the summer program is $400. A $25 deposit must be submitted along with the application and will apply toward the total cost of the program.
To apply, please download, print, and complete the application form available on the Reading Clinic website.
The Tina Hansen & Paul V. McEnroe Reading and Language Arts Clinic is a state-of-the-art research and teaching institute located within the University of California, Santa Barbara. Its director is Diana Arya, Assistant Professor in the Department of Education. Children in grades 1 through 8 receive intensive, research-based instruction in skills and practices related to fluency, reading comprehension, and various forms and modalities of writing and presenting across the content areas with a particular focus on STEM-related disciplines.