Stevenson Learning Skills is the company that publishes the Stevenson Language Skills Program, Stevenson’s Essential Grammar, Stevenson’s Cursive Writing and other materials for teaching basic skills to both regular and learning disabled students. Our methods are unusual and innovative. We use established techniques like mnemonics (memory aids) and multisensory instruction in imaginative new ways. The materials accommodate common problems such as dyslexia, attention deficits, phonological processing difficulties, memory weakness and sequencing confusion.
This is a PDF file that explains how Stevenson addresses dyslexia and related reading problems.
The Stevenson Program is an alternative approach for teaching reading, spelling and other basic language skills. Stevenson is highly effective with students who have learning problems and provides special advantages to problem-free students as well.
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The Stevenson Program uses visual clues to help teach the full range of word attack skills, from learning letters to recognizing vowel patterns to unlocking multi-syllable words.
Working with struggling readers is often a tricky situation! You will find both a general rule of thumb and also more details here at the decision tree.