‘Learning Reading’ Blog Posts
Strategies to Improve Reading ComprehensionOctober 29th, 2018 2018-10-30T21:22:49-07:00 2018-10-29T00:07:28-07:00
Reading comprehension is the ability to understand, analyze, synthesize, and use what you have read. Without comprehension, there is really no point to reading. Graphic organizers allow you to easily take notes and turn what you read into a graphical display or story structure. These strategies improve critical components of reading comprehension.
Dyslexia Program Helps Students with Learning ReadingNovember 11th, 2014 2015-01-23T03:14:52-08:00 2014-11-11T09:26:54-08:00
Bonnie Terry, M. Ed., BCET has put together over 40 years of experience as a learning disability, dyslexia, and ADHD specialist and designed a reading, writing, and study skills dyslexia program that you as parents can use with your kids to improve their skills. She teaches you every step of the way via video lessons. She also provides you with the books you’ll need to implement the program. The program was designed specifically with kids that struggle with learning reading. Some of the students successfully using the program have an identified learning disability or dyslexia, others are ‘falling through the cracks’ so to speak. Learning reading has always been a bit of a struggle. Others want to get a boost up.
Learn the 5 Steps to Improve Learning Skills: Reading, Writing, Spelling, & MathSeptember 14th, 2012 2016-03-22T08:33:53-07:00 2012-09-14T19:39:35-07:00
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Learning Reading For Older Children With Dyslexia or Learning DisabilitiesJuly 19th, 2012 2012-07-19T16:41:44-07:00 2012-07-19T16:41:44-07:00
Learning Reading For Older Children With Dyslexia or Learning Disabilities Five Minutes to Better Reading Skills. And, yes, it does take only 5 minutes a day! However, you do not want to only do that. Any skill taught in isolation remains that, an improved skill in isolation unless you make the bridge to bring the […]
Learning Disability or Learning Problem?October 2nd, 2011 2016-06-10T19:35:06-07:00 2011-10-02T15:45:08-07:00
Does My Child Have a Learning Disability or Learning Problem? Bonnie Terry, recognized as America’s Leading Learning Specialist, explains the difference between a learning problem and a learning disability and then gives you several steps you can take to help your child improve their skills in just minutes a day on the FOX News Morning […]
Learning Reading, Dyslexia, ADHD, Homework Help WebinarJanuary 19th, 2011 2011-01-19T17:52:20-08:00 2011-01-19T17:52:20-08:00
What the Schools Don’t Tell You That You Need To Know to Give Your Kids a Learning Advantage Even if They Struggle with Learning Reading, Dyslexia, or ADHD You will learn how to give your child a learning advantage even if they have dyslexia, struggle with learning reading, have ADHD, or take too long to […]
Struggling with Learning Reading Skills?September 21st, 2010 2016-02-25T00:47:32-08:00 2010-09-21T09:14:24-07:00
Struggling With Learning Reading Skills? Many times when your child struggles they are actually working three, four, five times harder than their classmates. Your child gets frustrated and the homework battles start because the homework becomes overwhelming. When your child struggles with reading skills or your evenings become filled with ‘homework battles’ it is typically […]