Learn to Read Better With Online Tutoring for Reading
Read Right’s online tutoring for reading is the reading solution you need to improve your reading skills and reading comprehension. Read Right is available nation-wide.
Read Right’s Reading Tutoring is Effective With:
- Children ages 7 and up, teens, and adults with mild to severe reading problems
- Dyslexic students
- Special Education students, including learning disabled students
- English language learners
- Developmental college students
- Adults who have struggled with reading for years
Online Reading Tutoring is Easy to Access:
- Sign up for a consultation
- During the consultation, the struggling reader is assessed for entry reading level
- The individual is assigned a reading tutoring time and sent a set of books
- At the assigned time, the individual uses a computer to log in to the online reading tutoring session
- The individual puts on a headset with microphone and turns on the webcam
- The Online tutor takes it from there, guiding students through our highly structured program
For individuals and families, we guarantee your satisfaction. Our Online Reading Tutoring Service uses the same Read Right methods verified to be effective through gold-standard research. All you need is (1) a computer with the capacity to handle video-conferencing technology, (2) high-speed Internet access, and (3) a microphone and headset to use to communicate with the Online Tutor.
What Accounts for the Success of Read Right Reading Tutoring?
Read Right Reading Tutoring is highly effective because our methods are grounded in fundamentally different Assumptions as to (1) what causes reading problems and (2) what is required for excellent reading ability to develop. Read Right reading tutoring works with the brain’s natural “plasticity” (the ability to construct and remodel neural networks) via “implicit procedural learning” to completely eliminate the reading problem. Individuals with brain injury use implicit procedural learning all the time to regain lost functions. Athletes and musicians use implicit procedural learning all the time to perfect their abilities.