How Progress Is Measured
For well-balanced development, a student needs to show progress in both quantitative and qualitative measures.
Concrete data from re-testing learning skills.
- WORKING MEMORY
- READING ACCURACY
- AUDITORY PROCESSING
- READING COMPREHENSION
Behaviors that can be observed at home and outside of a school setting.
- INCREASED CONFIDENCE AND SELF-STEEM
- LESS TIME SPENT ON HOMEWORK
- IMPROVED SOCIAL SKILLS
- IMPROVED MOTIVATION AND BEHAVIOR
Based on samples of 250-350 students. Results vary on a case-by-case basis.
PARENT survey results
A sample of 122 parents reported the following changes:
Less Avoidance of Schoolwork0%
Improved Emotional Stability0%
Increase in Reading & Reading Comprehension0%
Increase in attention / concentration0%
Increase in motivation / behavior0%
Ready to take the next step?
Speak to a Learning Specialist to learn more about the results from students and parents at Stowell Learning Centers.