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Sample: Topic 8: How Can I Use Volunteers Effectively in the Classroom?
By M. Susan Burns of George Mason University
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Here you will find "Topic 8: How Can I Use Volunnteers Effectively in the Classroom", a topic from Teaching Every Child to Read: Frequently Asked Questions provided to you as a sample for your own personal evaluation*.

Topic 8: How can I use volunteers effectively in the classroom?
by Susan Burns, George Mason University

Developing tasks for volunteers-ones that support your instructional objectives-takes extra effort, but the results pay off. Teachers should ask themselves: What type of volunteer support do you need to enhance your student's success in reading and writing? Who are the usual volunteers? What are their orientation and training needs?

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