Get the Connection: Real Help for Your Students with Dyslexia
When a student has been diagnosed with dyslexia, extra help typically focuses on phonics, or sounding out words, and spelling rules. Unfortunately, many students, even those who have had years of extra help, continue to struggle. Perhaps they sound out a word eventually—but it is slow and labored. They may take so long to…
Colorado School Implementing Lindamood-Bell Outperforms Comparison Schools in Reading
Background Haskin Elementary School in Center, Colorado, serves a large percentage of students who are at-risk of reading failure. From 2010–11 to 2013-14, Haskin implemented Lindamood-Bell instruction to address the specific needs of this student population. The first three years of this project, 2010-11 through 2012-13, were funded through a federal School Improvement Grant (SIG)….
Helping Schools Close the Achievement Gap
Lindamood-Bell’s® research-validated programs address the imagery-language connection that is a silent partner to cognition and literacy, and is often the missing piece in helping students close the achievement gap. Our unique programs can help diverse groups of students learn to read, comprehend, and compute to their potential, including students with minor to severe learning…
An Amazing Partnership in Honduras
A School Partnership was established with EIS in 2011, which has involved at least five of our staff members traveling to Honduras. This partnership includes training teachers in Lindamood-Bell’s programs, mentoring and consulting teachers, and overseeing the implementation of our programs with a total of 247 students.
Tullahoma City Schools Team up With Lindamood-Bell’s Lucky the Robot
With the help of four robots named Lucky, instructors at Tennessee’s Tullahoma City Schools (TCS) and Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes have teamed up to provide an innovative way to educate students.
San Luis Valley Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) Partners with Lindamood-Bell
The Colorado Department of Education provided the San Luis Valley BOCES an opportunity to improve literacy by creating a partnership with Lindamood-Bell. This initiative provides personnel with professional development in research-validated programs. Even as this partnership is in the first year, the results are very good.
Four Challenges Hindering Literacy Success in Urban Schools
Four Challenges Hindering Literacy Success in Urban Schools There are several challenges urban schools face while attempting to meet the needs of its diverse student population. As one Public School Program Manager for Specialized Instruction put it, “As a district, we are heavily over-identified for special education services. We have so many children that have IEPs, so many…
An Urban School District and Our Learning Center on Campus
A new video highlights how a large, urban school district partnered with Lindamood-Bell’s Learning Center on Campus to help children learn to read and comprehend. Click the link below to watch.
Instruction Robot Connects Kodiak Island Borough Schools
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!
Putting Research Knowledge into Classroom Practice
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.