Reimagine Your Curricula for Learning Disabilities
Modernize your instruction for students with learning disabilities with the Special Education Learning Platform that provides your students with a structured, evidence-based approach to overcoming their learning challenges.
Provide dyslexia professionals with evidence-based curricula: the Multisensory Teaching Approach (MTA) for English-language instruction, and the Esperanza program for Spanish and bilingual instruction.
Use scripted teaching instructions built into the platform, monitor students’ learning progress and make data-driven decisions for each student.
Get Powerful Curricula for Dyslexia Instruction in a Special Education LMS
English Dyslexia Curriculum
Equip English-language dyslexia specialists with an evidence-based curriculum based on the Orton Gillingham method
Drive a comprehensive, integrated language arts program for English-speaking students with dyslexia
Spanish Dyslexia Currirulum
Empower Spanish-speaking and bilingual students with a dyslexia curriculum built for them
Administer the world’s first systematic, sequential and explicit approach to teaching Spanish literacy
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Evidence-Based Curricula & Programs
I love the ongoing, immediate feedback and staying true to both MTA and Esperanza programs. I think that’s what’s good for kids. These are great practices and now it’s on a platform that speaks their language.
Mary Jane Bowman
Executive Director of Literacy, Pre-K Programs, Dyslexia Services and Academic Interventions
Grand Prairie ISD, TX
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