Reaching ALL Readers: Practical Approaches and Tools for Reading Instruction

Quick, actionable tips to use in classroom that enable you to reach every child you teach.

What Educators Have to Say

“The training was definitely helpful. I had a lot of ‘ah ha’ moments like learning about the neuroprocesses that are involved for a student to learn how to read, and learning about how the english language has evolved over centuries and how this explains why so many english words are hard to pronounce unless you teach the rules.”


Elementary School Teacher

You think you know the sounds of all the letters and after this training, I had to relearn them all. I sat at home with flashcards after this class practicing all the sounds of the letter ‘a’ and then ‘ai.’ I loved learning all the little tricks you can teach children to help them remember the sounds and the letters and the way they are formed so that they can learn to read.

Mary Beth

Kindergarten Teacher

“By taking the course, you realize when you teach phonics there are a lot of components that are missing. Phonics is not enough. Having the basics is so important. This training gives you a broader perspective of where language comes from, the neurological aspects and the history of it. As a clinical psychologist I want to say it brings out the brain components of where language comes from and how kids process it in different ways.”


Clinical Psychologist, Elementary School

“I’ve been teaching in public schools for 26 years and no one ever really taught me how to teach reading. It was like in college we learned whole language and no one taught me phonics, and I was a sight word learner so when I started teaching I kinda learned on my own. This training is wonderful. This is not about programs. This is about teaching kids how to learn to read and how to break apart words and to look for patterns in the words. To me this was very eye opening.”


Elementary School Teacher