Welcome to ABLE Student. “Cloud-based” educational solutions for the literacy problems that face the world today by providing a “student directed” educational experience of continued success and reinforcement.
The ABLE Student Solution is a cost effective, K through 3rd grade reading program for English Language Learners that provides three key capabilities, 1) access to a proven reading program with instructions presented in the students mother tongue, 2) parent/family involvement through systematic texts and emails about the students progress, 3) accessible by most any device (smartphone, tablet, PC) that supports a modern browser.
ABLE Student’s Cloud-based solution is a complete diagnostic and prescriptive program designed to optimize individual progress in beginning and remedial reading. The program assures success regardless of the student’s entry level, native spoken languge and in most cases, regardless of the student’s ability. click here for more…
|How it Works
ABLE’s Reading Solution is based upon the learning principles of Stimulus, Response, Reward, and Repetition. The 4 R’s of ABLE’s Reading Solution are: Response – The material is divided into modules and within each module the material is carefully divided into segments called frames. Each frame presents the student with a problem to solve. Click here for more…
The Features of ABLE’s Reading Solution are:The vocabulary is strictly controlled in a linguistic progression of sound-symbol relationships, teaching students to blend the sounds of letters so they can read words immediately. The programmed format of the modules require numerous active responses from every student, many more than traditional reading-to-learn programs. click here for more…
The major components of ABLE’s Reading Solution consists of a Primer, Placement Test and Three Series of approximately 7 Modules. By the end of Primer, the students will learn all the skills to begin reading including, directionality, letter recognition, upper and lower case, color, pattern, shape, and function of letters.
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