Yes, teaching children how to read was once perplexing, overwhelming, and discouraging for me, too. But after years of trial-and-error, research, professional learning, and practice with hundreds of children, I have discovered a simplified pathway for reading success for all children–an approach that distills the clamoring voices of the teaching reading world into just a few simple steps.
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When I was a young middle school English teacher, my students were reading 2 years below grade level, on average. Despite my master’s in education, I knew I did NOT know how to help them. When I searched for answers, I was overwhelmed by the conflicting philosophies and endless activities to try. Finally I discovered a technique that worked–rapidly. I’ve been passionate about sharing an evidence-based, streamlined system ever since.