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Neuro-Developmental Behaviorally-Based Assessment Testimonials:

Michael Haynes

Kathy Blalock

What Parents Say About the Awaken the Scholar Within Programs

Nicole Hoffman

Dick Powell

Kim Elliott

Janet Landerholm

Donna Morello

Nancy Hogan

Several Sample Lessons

Here are several sample lessons for you to see. This video has short snippets from a variety of lessons:

  • Reading fluency
  • Spelling
  • Reading comprehension
  • Writing
  • Study skills
  • Math
  • Visual/Auditory/Tactile-Kinesthetic (VAK) Therapy

Each snippet is between 30 seconds and 3 1/2 minutes long. You will see that we cover a wide variety of activities and learning levels. This should give you a flavor of the lessons that we send out in the program. The ASW Premium Program also has once a week live sessions where you can have your questions answered on a weekly basis.

Awaken the Scholar Within Programs

Bonnie Terry Learning offers a variety of ASW Programs for parents to use with their children to give them a 2 – 4 year advantage in reading skills, writing skills, spelling skills, and math skills in just 20 minutes a day.

For Dyslexia, LD, ADHD, and Gifted Children

These books, games, and guides improve reading skills, writing skills, spelling skills, and math skills even if your child has dyslexia, an identified or unidentified learning disability, ADHD, or is falling through the cracks.

Who is Bonnie Terry?

Bonnie Terry, M. Ed., BCET is a Dyslexia, ADHD, & Learning Disabilities Specialist and Board Certified Educational Therapist with over 40 years experience teaching students of all ages (from 4 years to 67 years). She has spent her life creating books, games, and guides to make learning easy for everyone.

Independent studies conclude her materials and techniques work. Everything Bonnie does is research based. Watch the testimonial videos and see for yourself what parents have to say.

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