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Straight from the Tutor’s Mouth

Sep 16, 2009

Posted by: Al Dicker @ 4:33 pm

Our tutors at the Dicker Reading Method are exceptional!  We are so fortunate to have some of the most dedicated, knowledgeable reading specialists on staff.  Here’s what some of our tutors have to say about the Dicker Reading Method:

“I really enjoy working with my students and seeing how quickly they progress at the Dicker Reading Method.  I’ve worked with countless children of all ages who are reading below, at, and even above grade level, even children who had been labeled as LD, ADD, ADHD, or Dyslexic.  The progress I’ve seen each individual student make through the Dicker Reading Method has been incredible.  We’re talking 1 grade level of improvement every month or two.  At the end of a year, that’s 6 years of reading advancement.  It’s amazing!”

“The Dicker Reading Method really does work for everyone, even children with special needs.  I’ve been working with Nicky, a student with Down syndrome for over 2.5 years.  When we first started working together, he knew less than 10 words.  His teachers even said that it would be very difficult, even impossible to get him to read fluently.  Now, he’s reading on a 4th grade level.  His comprehension and vocabulary skills are continuously improving.  And it’s all because of the Dicker Reading Method.”

“I’m a reading tutor and I love reading now, but I didn’t always used to.  As a child, I struggled learning how to read.  When I see how there is no struggle for my students, and how easy and fun the Dicker Reading Method makes reading, it makes me wish that the Dicker Reading Method had been available to me as a child.  The Dicker Reading Method really is a blessing.  It removes the struggle entirely so that all students are met with success!”

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