The North Carolina Tutoring & Learning Association

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Author Bio: The North Carolina Tutoring and Learning Association (NCTLA) began in 2004 as a small group of individuals who wanted to share ideas and information related to their tutoring programs. Since that time, we have grown into a group of collegiate administrators, instructors, staff, and tutors who strive to improve and develop learning and tutoring centers across the state. NCTLA provides opportunities for educational and professional development of its members that will enhance the academic success of  students. We provide support by offering opportunities for networking, for the exchange of ideas and best practices, for information on new initiatives, and by serving as a  mouthpiece for concerns and issues of our member schools. Quite simply, our goal is to help facilitate improved tutoring and learning center services to students throughout North Carolina.

NCTLA Mission Statement
The mission of the North Carolina Tutoring and Learning Association (NCTLA) is to provide support for the development and improvement of learning and tutoring centers in the state. In addition, NCTLA provides opportunities for educational and professional development of its members that will enhance the academic success of students. NCTLA supports learning/tutoring professionals in the following ways:

  • Assists in the creation of new and enhancement of existing learning and tutoring centers and programs.
  • Provides opportunities for professional development, networking, and exchange of ideas through conferences and workshops.
  • Informs the public, college, and systems office of our goals, programs, and services.
  • Develops uniform practices and reporting procedures.
  • Develops tutorial materials, methods, procedures, and services.

NCTLA supports learning and tutoring center professionals in the following ways:

  • Assists in the creation of new and enhancement of existing learning and tutoring centers and programs;
  • Provides opportunities for professional development, networking, and exchange of ideas through conferences and workshops;
  • Informs the public, college, and systems office of our goals, programs, and services;
  • Develops uniform practices and reporting procedures;
  • Develops tutorial materials, methods, procedures, and services.

Who Are Our Members?
Our members include administrators, staff, instructors, and student tutors who are involved in tutoring, mentoring, developmental education, and working with students with disabilities. The areas include learning center operations, supplemental instruction, and TRIO grant administration.

When Do We Meet?
The NCTLA meets twice a year – Fall and Spring.
Some of the topics that were discussed at past conferences and workshops were:

  • Technology in Centers
  • Peer and Professional Tutors
  • Tutoring Nightmares
  • Tutoring Students with Autism
  • FTE Funding and Reporting
  • Tutor Training
  • Supplemental Instruction
  • Developing and Establishing a Writing Center
  • Online Tutoring (In-house and Out Sourced)
  • Grant Writing
  • Forming Faculty Connections To Enhance Students Success And Retention – Meeting Faculty Expectations Of The Learning Center
  • And many more!

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