The Academic Success Blog by Great Leaps
Long Distance Learning with Great Leaps Reading
Long distance learning has become more important than ever now because of schools closing down from the COVID-19 pandemic. This has left teachers and administrations scrambling to figure out how to continue education from home with a classroom of kids with no known date that things will return to normal. Teaching is already difficult when students are a captive audience in class, now imagine trying to coordinate with 20 different homes with varying levels of access to computers or devices.
Luckily, Great Leaps Digital has already been implemented at a distance from private tutors for several years and we were at least able to help our schools and students get back up and running with their reading remediation.
Rachel's Reading Success With Great Leaps Tutoring
Rachel was 6 years old at the start of this video. The youngest of six children, Rachel was heartbroken that she could not read but, as you can se...
Sweet Taste Of Success: Trail Mix Bites
These little balls of motivation will definitely get your students exited to learn!
Great Leaps to Go! Digital Tutoring in NYC - Academic Success Blog
The new Great Leaps Digital program ads an incredible amount of versatility for our reading fluency intervention. As an online reading program, we can now tutor students remotely from anywhere with wifi connection and it can be used on virtually any internet connected device!
Identifying and Correcting Common Reading Errors
Accurately identifying reading errors is the first step to correcting them. Learn more about what IS an error in Great Leaps and how can instructors work to correct them.
First 6 Weeks of Great Leaps
What kind of results will you see in your students in just six weeks? Read this personal account to find out!
Ten Meaningful Minutes
You have the power to be the key to your child's struggles in reading with just 10 minutes a day. Some of the biggest keys to your student making great leaps in their performance are consistency, focus and motivation. Find out how working just 10 minutes a day leads to the best focus, performance, and growth with your student.