Thousands of students across the world have seen incredible gains with Bonnie Terry’s programs over the past three decades.
From above average students to struggling learners to those with ADHD, autism, dyslexia, developmental delays to even gifted students, Bonnie Terry has unlocked these student’s minds and has enabled them to not only succeed in school but in all areas of life. Learning can become easier, even for the most challenged learner.
Bonnie started with a private tutoring practice using research-based methods. From the beginning, she taught the methods of associative learning, the Strategic Instruction Model, Orton-Gillingham, and more. From initially starting with research-based methods, Bonnie honed in on her own custom methods. In her private practice, students of all types started seeing tremendous gains. Teachers were wondering what Bonnie was doing to boost struggling kids’ skills. Bonnie soon realized her methods and programs could help more people than just those in her private practice. In order to help all struggling learners, she then developed her products and programs in a way that parents and teachers alike can use her products and programs with their own students.
Bonnie Terry’s methods are based on the principles of how people learn.
All people learn through the senses: hearing, seeing, and doing. Within these main areas of learning, there are 9 sub-areas in each. When a student is struggling with learning, it is most likely due to an issue in one or more of the sub-areas of perception. In fact, 40% of the human brain is involved directly with visual processing. With the research on neuroplasticity, we know that we can restructure the brain to make learning easier.
Backed by real students’ success.
Bonnie Terry has spent her life’s work discovering what method’s have the biggest impact in her student’s success. It starts with an assessment to discover the specific student’s strengths and weaknesses. The assessment targets the 27 areas of visual, auditory and kinesthetic perception to see exactly what areas are working well and what areas need improvement.
From a struggling student to a teacher. Way to go Bridget!