BYOD - (Bring Your Own Device)
Students access our lessons from their smartphone, iPad or tablet.
A smartphone or tablet-accessible curriculum is important for the following reasons:
Over half of adults in the U.S. own a smartphone.
66% of adults between the ages of 25 to 34 own a smartphone.
44% of K-12 students have access to a smartphone.
The mobile phone is the single most common device people use to access the Internet world-wide.
- Cost-effective. Schools save money on technology purchases and IT support. Many students own a smartphone.
Educational Uses for the Smartphone/Tablet
Our under-one-roof license allows schools to offer cost-effective reading instruction for every student!
Our research-based reading program can be accessed on a smartphone, iPad or tablet.
Many adult literacy/ESL programs have a waiting list for students to be paired with a tutor. Our online program offers a way for students to get started with instruction while waiting to be assigned a tutor. The first portion of our online mobile edition is free and offers an extensive number of phonics lessons presented with video, audio, and print elements.
Our program is Orton-Gillingham-based and teaches phonemic awareness, phonics, decoding accuracy, fluency, and vocabulary and is similar in many ways to programs such as the Wilson Program. Lessons are highly-structured, systematic and sequential. No prior training is necessary to implement instruction.
Click here to go to our mobile site and view all ten of our free online lessons.