Featuring the Literacy and Language Center, Examiner.com speaks about a public school located in San Francisco and how Amber Lamprecht took steps to measure each of the student’s current reading skills. Amber used different multi sensory techniques to measure reading skills, including rate of speed, accuracy, fluency and comprehension. After testing the students skills, Amber then broke down the students into small tutoring groups.
After 36 hours if tutoring, “The results were impressive. The average gain in reading skills was 1 year and 4 months! This was only after 36 total hours spent with each group of 4!”
The article then discusses these amazing results, and the change that private tutoring can have on a student.
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