EMPOWERING MINDS, ONE READER AT
UTILIZING INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES
ACHIEVING LITERACY GROWTH
Concerned if your child has a reading problem? Want to understand what grade level they are currently? This assessment delivered in person with Dr. Stone gives you the foundational assessment to determine what intervention makes sense to help your child achieve learning and reading.
Dr. Stone speaks to parents, educators, and corporate executives, to introduce the high-degree of illiteracy rates while sharing a new approach and new philosophy for reading proficiency in 14 days or less.
READING WHISPERER PODCAST
The Reading Whisperer Podcast (RWP) is a series of interviews related to literacy from an intuitive insightful perspective into how children and adults really learn. The RWP will include various individuals who possess an extraordinary skillset within their respective areas of expertise. The RWP will highlight entrepreneurs who use their intuition and sensitivity in their industry to know what their clients or customers need and want.
Is your child still struggling with reading? You know they are smart and have the ability to achieve, but are not progressing.
National Assessment reports 67% of all fourth-graders in the United States scored below proficient. Rethink Reading Strategies has identified revolutionary ways to reconsider how reading is taught to children with learning disabilities or children who are still struggling in reading and comprehension.
Explaining why writing comes before reading and how storytelling is the basis for comprehension strategies; the book provides a new framework, ideas, and practical ways for parents and teachers to help children become proficient readers in just 14 days.
DRIVEN BY PURPOSE
40 YEARS OF HELPING OTHERS ACHIEVE LITERACY
With traditional reading programs, students are prompted to sound out or and memorize words on a page … words that have no meaning for them or relevance to their own lives, so there is little incentive to read or understand them.
With the Write Read Lead program, the child is encouraged to first talk out his or her own personal stories and experiences, and then to write them, with help, in his or her own words. Because these words have personal meaning for the child, there is more immediate recognition of each word when it appears in other texts. Once this recognition begins to occur, the light goes on and reading happens more and more naturally. Because they can “read their world”, they can now “read the word.”