Ensures individual success through its use of a multisensory, multimodal approach that requires total participation from all learners, ensuring individual success.
Builds fluent, independent readers using a unique 36-step, 90-day learning-to-read curriculum built on carefully sequenced, systematic, and explicit phonics instruction.
Integrates music to promote learning, memory recall and spelling skill development.
Deploys non-traditional curricula that engages students with sing-alongs, games, activities, and appealing stories that the reader is able to read independently.
Combines the best teaching practices supported by current research on brain function, language acquisition, and reading.
Provides an encouraging learning environment that engages students with diverse learning needs and stimulates brain activity.
Incorporates the research-based principles of reading instruction, including phonemic awareness and phonological awareness, systematic, explicit phonics instruction, and fluency and oral reading skills.
Education research is the scientific field of study that examines education and learning processes and the human attributes, interactions, organizations, and institutions that shape educational outcomes.
This document is a compendium of research on the Sing, Spell, Read & Write program. Included in the compendium are a variety of studies conducted over the last several years. Types of research include: full studies, historical test score analyses, research base analysis, and summaries of studies.
At the core of the Winning Reading Boost initiative is an intervention for struggling 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade readers that builds fluency and reading independence through a unique 36-step learningto-read curriculum built on carefully sequenced, systematic, and explicit phonics instruction.