We use structured phonics with proprietary chapter books to systematically teach kids to read.
We combine the best methodologies from nationally-recognized reading programs with the latest brain research.
It’s tactile, it’s fun, and almost ½ of every session is spent actually reading books.
Focused sessions with highly-trained, energetic tutors give your kids the skills and confidence to read.
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Online Comprehension Workshop: Comprehensive, Comprehension, Catalyst (C3)
August 10-14, 2020 | 10 Hour Program | Daily Live Sessions | Online |Enrolling Now!
The C3 program is the culmination of Steve Tattum's 40 year career teaching kids with learning differences to read. The latest update of to the comprehension program took over two years to create and is a blend of the best proven approaches to teaching kids to understand what they read.
In addition to teaching comprehension to mainstream students, Steve will present on how to teach comprehension to students with mild to severe learning differences.
The program comes complete with the C3 guide and access to digital versions of Tattum readers, including a digital copy of Tales of Mystery and accompanying comprehension guide.
The 10 hour long lessons of this course will be presented live and recorded. All lessons will be recorded and available for view for six months after course end.
This training is taught by Steve Tattum, reading expert and LearnUp's reading director
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Created by Steve Tattum, LearnUp’s reading director, our curriculum has a 20+-year track record of success in teaching kids with learning differences to read.
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