MaxScholar Featured on NBC Channel 6 South Florida
Reading program with demonstrated success rates helps children overcome dyslexia
ADVENTURA, FLORIDA (PRUnderground) August 24th, 2015
The benefits of MaxScholar were just highlighted in a special segment hosted on NBC Channel 6 South Florida on August 23, 2015, at 11pm.
The MaxScholar program has been around for several years and provided language and reading assistance to students across the country, and the program has become widely known for its ability to help children overcome dyslexia. MaxScholar focuses on students from 4-11 years old, offering programs for at-home and school-based students.
Students, parents, and educators who utilize the MaxScholar program find that learning language and reading skills is less stressful and more effective. One recent user of the program said, “MaxScholar has been our breakthrough learning tool. My son has a different learning style, and the MaxScholar software addresses his needs in a fun, organized, and convenient way. It’s made at-home learning less stressful and more of a family experience.”
One teacher who uses the system said, “MaxScholar is a highly structured, phonetic approach to reading instruction that emphasizes phonics, step-by-step instructional approach, and direct teaching of comprehension skills. This has helped my students tremendously. I’ve used this program for over a year, and each of my students have shown great improvement. It’s the best Orton-Gillingham program I have ever used. I can’t recommend it highly enough.”
MaxScholar develops multi-sensory programs that are Common Core-friendly and adaptable to the needs of schools and parents. The program can easily be used on desktops, laptops, tablets, and smart boards. The DOE-approved program offers a strong model that can be strictly adhered to or adapted to suit the needs of the educator or system.
The program is partnered with school districts and departments of education around the country because it offers such a strong platform for reading and language. The program is well-known for helping students with dyslexia overcome their reading issues. MaxScholar has been used for years and offers demonstrated results for students and educators alike.
More information can be found at http://maxscholar.com.
MaxScholar uses various research-based methods to help students increase their reading and language skills.