(616) 824-2408 marchelpsu@gmail.com

Volunteer

Join us as a literacy coach, ready to make a positive impact on the lives of local residents. Your role involves offering personalized one-on-one guidance to empower individuals in their quest for improved literacy skills. It’s a rewarding opportunity to create connections and foster growth within our community. We can’t wait to welcome you to our team!

MARC learning coaches make a difference!  They meet one-on-one with students, working together to increase literacy skills, aiming for the goals they have set. There is an ongoing need for learning coaches. Click a link below for more information.

Steps for Becoming a Learning Coach:

  • Contact MARC Director regarding interest in becoming a learning coach.
  • Receive an overview of the program, complete registration form, and sign up for a learning coach training.
  • Attend the required training session (4 hours). Training will cover MARC policies and procedures, documentation, lesson planning, available resources, and teaching techniques.
  • Pass the Learning Coach Assessment.

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Learning Coach Digital Resources:

www.abcteach.com Explore teaching materials, free printable worksheets, reading comprehension, SMART Board lessons, and more.

www.senteacher.org/print/literacy/ Free literacy worksheets and literacy printables for educators and parents of children with special needs.

www.lauracandler.com Your virtual File Cabinet of free teaching resources! Loads of free printables for teachers, including cooperative learning lessons and active engagement.

www.k12reader.com/reading-resources Thousands of free, printable reading and writing worksheets to use in the classroom or at home.

www.readingresource.net Free reading activities for teachers and parents to help with dyslexia, fluency and other reading strategies.

www.readingrockets.org Reading Rockets is a national multimedia project that offers a wealth of research based reading strategies, lessons, and activities designed to help young children.

www.readwritethink.org Provides educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction.

www.readworks.org ReadWorks is a non-profit organization which gives teachers the research-proven tools and support they need to improve the academic achievement of their students.

www.mel.org The Michigan eLibrary provides all Michigan residents with free access to online full-text articles, full-text books, and digital images. Search to find information on virtually any subject, including GED materials.

Questions? All you have to do is drop us a line in the form below.

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Montcalm Area Reading Council

Main: (616) 824-2408

Flat River Community Library

200 W Judd Street, Greenville, MI 48838

Tuesdays: 10AM – 12PM

Wednesday 12-5:00PM

Thursday: 9-11:30AM