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Neuron Learning

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What is Fast ForWord?

Fast ForWord is an evidence-based, adaptive reading and language program that delivers 1-2 years gain in 40-60 hours of use for English Language Learners and any struggling learner.

Schools choose Fast ForWord because our unique brain-based approach targets the root causes of reading difficulty to deliver lasting results that make better readers and lifelong learners.

Build Listening Accuracy, Language and Cognitive Skills

Covers K -12 grades

55 different on-line games

10 separate modules

High/Low content

Backed with teacher resources

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Reading Assistant

Reading Assistant Plus is an innovative online guided reading tool that provides intensive reading practice. Learners use the tool to read developmentally appropriate texts both silently and aloud.

Engage the Adolescent Mind

Age-appropriate content, adaptive exercises, and leveled reading selections dynamically adjust to reading skill attainment and student progress. Exercises are designed to promote confidence and student agency while  providing real-time and personalized corrective feedback.

Teaching Resources

On-line and off-line / PC/Apple/iPad/Whiteboard

Computer games, Apps, exercises, Presentations, Videos, Audio files

Workbooks, Flashcards, Reading Books

Class Lesson (with scripts), Annual Planners,

Assessments

Daily program tracking

 

Teaching Resources

On-line and off-line / PC/Apple/iPad/Whiteboard

Computer games, Apps, exercises, Presentations, Videos, Audio files

Workbooks, Flashcards, Reading Books

Class Lesson (with scripts), Annual Planners,

Assessments

Daily program tracking

 

EVERY BRAIN IS DIFFERENT

Who is it for?

Different learner types and intervention levels have different needs. Fast ForWord offers a personalized and differentiated pathway for each learner to maximize achievement potential.

Speedy On-Boarding

 

 

Personalisation

 

 

Adaptability

 

 

Automatic Reports

 

 

Automatic Reports

 

 

Corrective Feedback

 

 

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