It is based on the approach of Orton Gillingham, a time-tested approach to supporting students with reading disabilities based on the research-based principle that multisensory learning is beneficial.
Multisensory learning activities have a positive impact on students.
I chose to share the Pride Reading Program with you because, in my 20 years of experience working with individuals with academic challenges, in both home and school settings, I have personally witnessed the positive impact of using multisensory learning activities for reading, writing, and math.
I am passionate about the topic, and about helping others witness the benefits of using a hands-on approach to learning.
What does the Pride Reading Program come with and who us it used for?
The Pride Reading Program comes with a regimented online guide, which can be presented to a child by a tutor, a parent, or other family member.
Children with speech and language difficulties, dyslexia, or processing deficits benefit from the repetitive nature of the program.
Video Presentation of the Pride Reading Program Showing Multisensory Learning Activities
Pride Reading Program Sample Lesson
Images of the Pride Reading Program Materials
Video: What is Dyslexia?
You may also wish to review the following reading programs, geared towards younger students, and developed from research-based practices:
Education and Behavior – An Online Library of Research-Based Strategies for Children: Keeping Parents, Educators, Counselors, & Therapists on the Same Page!
Tools for Multi-Sensory Reading Instruction
Rachel Wise is a certified school psychologist and licensed behavior specialist with a Master’s Degree in Education. She is also the head author and CEO at educationandbehavior.com, a site for parents, caregivers, educators, counselors, and therapists to find effective, research-based strategies that work for children. Rachel has been working with individuals with academic and behavioral needs for over 20 years and has a passion for making a positive difference in the lives of children and the adults who support them. For Rachel’s top behavioral strategies all in one place, check out her book, Building Confidence and Improving Behavior in Children, a Guide for Parents and Teachers. If you want Rachel to write for your business, offer behavioral or academic consultation, or speak at your facility about research-based strategies that support children, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.