In my eyes, Academy just makes sense. Always before, there was a disconnect between school curriculum and Lindamood Bell techniques. Now, in Academy, Lindamood-Bell techniques are used to help understand the academic curriculum. Noah has been able to see how to actually apply the strategies learned at Lindamood-Bell in his academic coursework. Additionally, integrating Seeing…
“It has made an insane difference!” A teen learns how to read and comprehend to her potential | Lindamood-Bell Learning Center
Cora describes her own incredible results with Visualizing and Verbalizing instruction at a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center.
“A Lightbulb Went Off!” A teen learns how to read and comprehend to her potential | Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers
Karen describes her teen daughter’s incredible results with Visualizing and Verbalizing instruction at a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center.
Fort Smith Public Schools special educators describe how Lindamood-Bell professional development has helped them make a difference for students.
A father describes his son’s loss of cognitive ability following a traumatic brain injury and how Lindamood-Bell Learning Center instruction helped with recovery.
Sydney was a bright student who struggled with reading. Even in sixth grade, she sounded out short common words laboriously. After years of making slow progress with Sydney, Special Educator Sonya Bledsoe tried something new … and changed Sydney’s life forever! Sonya tells us their story.
A mom describes how math instruction at Lindamood-Bell got to the heart of her son’s issue, and helped him thrive. People who are good at math can visualize math concepts. The language of numbers turns into imagery and they “see” mathematical relationships. Learn more about how we solve math “problems” here.
When reading and comprehension are hard, keeping up with school is almost impossible. Lucas, a seventh grader, was over two years behind; and the gap between his academic performance and school expectations was only getting bigger. Listen to what his mom says about finding a school that could address his learning needs while helping him…
The author of Lost At School suggests parents and teachers have two beliefs towards kids struggling with academics. One is that kids do well if they “wanna,” and the other is kids do well if they can. For the past 7 academic years, my son has bounced around to 5 different schools while I rode the emotional roller coaster…