Instructional Program Information
We use materials and programs that provide a systematic approach to overcoming learning difficulties. The program is tailored to fit each student’s individual needs through regular review and testing. The following are the primary national teaching methods that are used in the program.
|F.A.S.T. Learning (Foundations of Analysis, Synthesis, Translation)Developed by Stephen P. Tatum. F.A.S.T. Reading is a synthesis of whole language and phonetic instructional techniques. (more...)|
|Direct InstructionA research-based approach that has been proven to be the most effective method for teaching all children, but especially those who are experiencing learning difficulties. (more...)|
|REWARDSA reading and writing program for children from 4th grade up through adults. It's very successful with students who have trouble learning to read and are feeling frustrated as a consequence. (more...)|
|Hill Center MethodologyA program developed at the Hill Learning Development Center that emphasizes a systematic approach to learning. Children are assessed in each content area and instruction is based directly on their test performance. (more...)|