Is it Back to School already? New teacher, new friends, new material, and a new classroom! While many of us are excited about the new school year, others are anxious and nervous and even dread the return back to class. If a student is well prepared, their classroom performance and grades will reflect that strong confidence.
Many kids have not practiced reading or writing over the summer and may have forgotten a lot of important reading comprehension and writing skills. At PRIDE Learning Center, our goal is to get these kids prepared before they return to the classroom and then support them throughout the school year. Feeling confident is extremely important for a child when entering their new grade level.
Tutoring at PRIDE Learning Center is a wonderful option for kids who feel that they may fall behind early on in the school year as well as for those looking to get ahead in reading and writing and comprehension skills.
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PRIDE Learning Center announces the opening of a dyslexia reading camp in Temecula, California.
PRIDE Learning Center, which specializes in tutoring students with dyslexia and reading disabilities, will provide instruction this summer at a Seasonal Learning Center in Temecula, located at the Chabad Center, 41785 Nicole Lane, Temecula, Ca 92591.
Summer instruction for children will be available 9:00am – 12:00pm Monday – Friday from June – August.
This summer dyslexia reading camp in Temecula is designed for children of all ages who are struggling with reading, writing and comprehension due to the diagnosis of dyslexia, auditory and visual processing disorder, speech and language delays and other learning difficulties. The PRIDE Learning Center program is based on Orton-Gillingham research, which uses the multisensory elements of seeing, hearing, touching and moving.
“The dyslexia reading camp in Temecula is an extension of our Orange County Learning Centers which allows more families in the Temecula community to get the help they need for their children,” states Karina Richland owner of PRIDE Learning Centers. “Our goal at PRIDE, as it has been at all of our locations, is to deliver the highest level of instruction possible and help every child out there, even those that many teachers have given up on.”
“PRIDE Learning Center has helped so many students learn how to read,” says May Dabbah, Director of the Temecula reading camp. “I see students improve dramatically in just one summer. I am so excited for the Temecula community to experience and be a part of our wonderful program.”
Individuals interested in summer instruction can call (949) 484-0230 or email email@example.com
Yes! A child can overcome reading problems if they are identified early and provided with the correct reading intervention program.
If your child is having troubles learning to read, take immediate action. Research in the field of reading says that the ideal window of opportunity for helping kids with reading problems is from the beginning of kindergarten to the end of first grade. This is still called intervention. After this window of opportunity has passed it is called remediation. Keep in mind that prevention is always easier than remediation.
The three key research conclusions from the National Institutes of Health are:
- 90% of children with reading problems will achieve grade level in reading if they receive help by the first grade.
- 75% of children whose help is delayed to age nine or later continue to struggle throughout their school careers.
- If help is given in fourth grade, rather than in late kindergarten, it takes four times as long to improve the same skills by the same amount.
Dr. G. Reid Lyon, Chief of the Child Development and Behavior Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development of the National Institutes of Health concluded that if children are identified early and provided with systematic, explicit, and intensive instruction in phonemic awareness, phonics, reading fluency, vocabulary, and reading comprehension strategies they can overcome their reading problems.
The type of intervention program a child uses is also crucial. On the basis of a thorough evidence-based review of the reading research that met rigorous scientific standards, the National Reading Panel (NRP), convened by the NICHD and the Department of Education, found that instructional programs that provide systematic instruction in phonemic awareness, phonics, guided repeated reading to improve reading fluency, and direct instruction in vocabulary and reading comprehension strategies were significantly more effective than approaches that were less explicit and less focused on the reading skills to be taught (e.g., approaches that emphasize incidental learning of basic reading skills).
Learn more about the New PRIDE Reading Program
Karina Richland, M.A. is the Founder of PRIDE Learning Centers, located in Southern California. Ms. Richland is a certified reading and learning disability specialist. Ms. Richland speaks frequently to parents, teachers, and professionals on learning differences, and writes for several journals and publications. You can visit the PRIDE Learning Center website at: www.pridelearningcenter.com
At PRIDE Learning Center in Newport Beach, children with speech and reading challenges are given an opportunity to receive a giant boost in their weakest areas.
PRIDE Learning Center, a specialized tutoring center in Orange County, has announced it will offer a specialized summer reading camp to better meet the needs of children with dyslexia, auditory and visual processing, apraxia, speech delays, ADHD and other language and learning disabilities. This intensive yet fun summer reading camp is available to the public, and is designed to help children ages 4-18 develop a strong reading foundation for academic and emotional success.
According to Christine McLarty, the Director at the Newport Beach Learning Center, “the summer reading camp at PRIDE is designed to help students in a way that a typical summer reading program cannot. All of the teachers at PRIDE Learning Center are certified in Orton-Gillingham, most of them holding Master’s Degrees and having strong special education backgrounds.”
The summer reading camp at PRIDE Learning Center will run weekly from June – August and children can attend from either 9:00am – 12:00pm or 12:30pm – 3:30 pm Monday –Friday. All lessons at PRIDE Learning Center are one-on-one Orton-Gillingham language and reading lessons.
“The summer months are such a wonderful and effective time for struggling students to boost their skills and close the reading and comprehension gaps,” says McLarty. “Although our reading camp is intensive and highly structured, the staff at PRIDE make it really fun and super engaging for the kids. The kids love it and we have families return to us each summer, many of them from abroad where services are very limited.”
PRIDE Learning Center is a leading tutoring company in Los Angeles and Orange County, for students with learning disabilities. Their reading and comprehension program has been shown to boost student performance almost 2 grade levels in just 3 months. The Orton-Gillingham instruction develops the underlying reading and comprehension skills necessary for students with dyslexia, auditory processing, visual processing, autism, apraxia, ADHD and other learning challenges. It is common to see years of reading improvement after just weeks of intensive instruction.
Individuals interested in the summer reading camp at PRIDE Learning Center can call (949) 484-0230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A summer registration form is on the website at: www.pridelearningcenter.com
A summer camp for students with dyslexia or dyspraxia will be offered this summer in Sherman Oaks, California.
PRIDE Learning Center, a dyslexia tutoring company, will be expanding its services to the Sherman Oaks community this summer. This summer reading camp is aimed at young people from 4-18 years old who have specific learning disabilities with reading, writing and comprehension. Students will attend sessions from 9:00am – 12:00pm Monday through Friday or from 12:30 – 3:30 Monday – Friday.
The summer reading camp at PRIDE Learning Center includes one-on-one tutoring using the Orton-Gillingham approach with reading, writing and comprehension lessons. One of the most highly effective methods for teaching students with Dyslexia is the Orton-Gillingham approach. It teaches the structure of the language using various multisensory techniques that encourage students to see, hear and write a concept at the same time.
“We often see students making one to two years worth of progress during our 4-6 week summer camps,” says PRIDE Learning Center’s Director Karina Richland. “The Orton-Gillingham program is like a life-saver for dyslexic kids. Many of them have tried so many different programs and this is finally the one that works for them,” says Richland.
PRIDE Learning Center summer camp will be held at 14960 Ventura Blvd in Sherman Oaks, Ca. There is limited space available and early registration is recommended. For more information visit the PRIDE Learning Center website at www.pridelearningcenter.com or call 866-774-3342.
PRIDE Learning Center announces the opening of its seasonal summer location in San Diego, California. A Camp for Kids!
PRIDE Learning Center, which specializes in tutoring children with learning disabilities and special needs, will provide instruction this summer at a Seasonal Learning Center in San Diego, located at the University City Chabad Center, 3813 Governor Drive, San Diego, CA 92122.
Summer instruction for children will be available 9:00am – 12:00pm Monday – Friday from June – August.
This summer camp is designed for children of all ages who are struggling with reading, writing and comprehension due to the diagnosis of dyslexia, auditory and visual processing disorder, autism, speech delays and other learning difficulties. The PRIDE Learning Center program is based on Orton-Gillingham research, which uses the multisensory elements of seeing, hearing, touching and moving.
“This San Diego Summer Camp is an extension of our Orange County Learning Centers which allows more families in the San Diego community to get the help they need for their children,” states Karina Richland owner of PRIDE Learning Centers. “Our goal at PRIDE, as it has been at all of our locations, is to deliver the highest level of instruction possible and help every child out there, even those that many teachers have given up on.”
The rise of one-on-one instruction for children with learning disabilities is becoming almost essential in the San Diego communities. Due to heightened program cutbacks for students in the public, private and governmental programs, parents are desperately seeking outside resources to help their children receive the proper interventions necessary to succeed in school.
“PRIDE Learning Center has helped so many students learn how to read,” says Karina Richland, owner of the San Diego Summer Reading Camp. “I see students improve dramatically in just one summer. I am so excited for the San Diego Community to experience and be a part of our wonderful program.”
Individuals interested in the summer reading camp at PRIDE Learning Center in San Diego can call (866) 774-3342 or email email@example.com. A summer registration form is on the website at www.pridelearningcenter.com