Research-based Learning Systems
Our Learning Systems
Authored and developed by Jack E. Hoes
To achieve the most effective results, daily sessions are recommended.
Expressways to Reading with Dyslexia Connections® (ETR)-
Expressways to Reading with Dyslexia Connections® (ETR) is used for remedial, normal, and accelerated training for children, teens, and adults. It is also used extensively to teach English as an additional language. ETR is very effective in helping students overcome dyslexia, ADHD, and other learning disabilities.
Expressways to Math I®-
Expressways to Math I ® is used for remedial and normal training in basic math facts for children, teens, and adults. This learning system helps students with basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts as well as understanding time and money.
Expressways to Math II & III®-
Expressways to Math II & III® teach fractions, decimals, percentages, measurements, sets, geometry, word problems, and pre-algebra preparation.
QuikComp® builds superior comprehension skill, increases reading speed, improves test-taking skills, increases vocabulary, and much more. Initial lessons begin at a sixth grade level vocabulary and progress to about a second-year college level. Reading rates can be advanced from 150 words per minute (wpm) to at least 2400 wpm.
AdVocab® is used to develop higher level vocabulary, spelling skills, and agility in reading. This is achieved by learning the history, definitions, roots, combining forms, and affixes of the English language.
We Get Results!
- Better Grades
- Homework Efficiency
- Improved Reading Skills
- Improved Math Skills
- Enhanced Vocabulary
- Algebra Preparation
- Improved Comprehension
- Greater Self-Confidence
- Help for Dyslexia & ADHD
- Neurological Benefits
Our distance learners experience the same clinical approach to math and reading skills from their homes. Trained tutors schedule daily appointments with students via zoom or another similar platform. The goal is to have personal interaction with students and diagnose on a daily basis their current needs.
Our experience has shown that it is best for distance learners to be in the presence of someone able to hold them accountable. Parents/guardians are always ecnouraged to ask questions and give feedback at anytime via phone, text, or email.