Welcome to the New LindamoodBell.com! We’ve redesigned our website! New features and simplified navigation make it easy to discover why we believe that all individuals can learn to their potential. This new site reflects the story of our organization, our commitment to research, and our passion for teaching reading and comprehension. So, click and learn. Watch to…
It’s been a great year of Kindergarten for my little guy. He learned how to raise his hand at school, how to write every alphabet letter, and how to start sounding out words and recognize a few! It’s been exciting to watch his growth, especially as a long-time Lindamood-Bell instructor—I’m happy to be sharing spelling…
Kodiak Island Borough Schools in Alaska connect with Lindamood-Bell on-site every day. We provide job-embedded professional development to educators, and more opportunities for students. We are proud to have this cost-effective way to meet the needs of this unique community!
For some scientists and researchers, understanding what enables children to learn to read is their mission, and recently, a peer-reviewed study has provided new knowledge about the brain and reading.
Pat Lindamood and Nanci Bell started Lindamood-Bell in 1986 with a vision to help each individual learn to his or her potential. So far, we have made a difference for 35,000 students. We realize this vision, in part, by bringing our Seasonal Learning Clinics to new communities every year.
For decades, we have had the pleasure of teaching students around the world to read and comprehend. Our international locations embody our vision to help all students learn to their potential.
A new era of instruction options from Lindamood-Bell is happening. Expanding across the country are the new instruction robots to help us provide direct instruction in schools with minimal expense. Read Article from Chippewa Valley, Wisconsin.
Nanci demonstrates program steps that develop concept imagery—the ability to create an imagined or imaged gestalt from language—as a basis for improved reading and listening comprehension, memory, oral vocabulary, critical thinking, and writing.