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Differentiated Learning - Brain-Based Superlinks Learning Styles Can Accelerate Learning


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Do you feel frustrated by the lack of your child's or students’ progress? Have you spent large sums of money on trainings, products, and programs to help your struggling child or students, but see no great gains from all your efforts? Did you know that differentiating instruction through using brain-based Superlinks learning style methods has proven to help struggling learners from grades pre-K-12 or college in regular or special education, ELL, or those with ADD/ADHD improve in any subject in the shortest possible time? Children who have trouble learning through an auditory lecture approach may be kinesthetic, tactile, or visual learners. Is your child a right-brain learner living in a left-brain world? Are you ready to end your frustration with their learning struggles now? Read on to find out how to get quick solutions to end your frustration with struggling students!

Failing Schools Raised Reading Scores on ISAT State Reading Tests (Illinois) and the California Standards Test in Months-Not Years

Students who used brain-based Superlinks learning styles and brain styles methods increased an average of 2-5 years above their age in reading within six to eight months. Every school or district who used differentiated instruction through Superlinks (the Linksman Learning Style Preference Assessment and the Linksman Brain Hemispheric Preference Assessment) and methods that had previously not met state standards on ISAT reading tests in Illinois or the California Standards Test met or exceeded state standards within six to eight months.

Failing Students Went from D's and F's to A's and B's within a Few Weeks

Students went from D's and F's to A's and B's within a few weeks. How? They were taught in their best Superlinks (learning style and brain hemispheric preference).

As students self-esteem and motivation went up, discipline problems dropped. In-school suspension officer, Mr. Pinnick said, “When students were taught in their best Superlink style we went from a school where students were bouncing off the walls to a school that looked like each class had engaged learners. This included our special education classes. Dscipline problems dropped so dramatically that I grew lonely in my office with hardly any behavior referrals!"

88-99% of Students in Special Ed or Who Had ADD or ADHD Reached Grade Level and Beyond in Less than a School Year

Special Education students and those with ADD or ADHD improved in learning through differentiated instruction using each student's fastest and best way of learning.

Differentiated instruction can be used for RTI whereby interventions save time and money because learning problems get solved quickly and easily.

Special Education teachers use differentiated instruction to meet requirements of the students’ IEP's by teaching in the way their students learned best.

ELL Students Can More Quickly Learn to Read English

Principal Gwendolyn Miller, of Dieterich Elementary School, in East Aurora, stated, “With 83% of our students in ELL classes, we met state standards and scored third highest in our district, using Superlinks learning style and brain hemispheric preference assessments and its teaching and learning techniques. "

Differentiated Instruction Raised ACT Scores to Give Students a Competitive Edge for College

Students who have taken ACT test preparation courses improved their scores ten points in reading comprehension within two months using Superlinks learning style and brain hemispheric preference methods of studying.

How to Access a Free Checklist of Tips and Have Your Questions Answered on Differentiated Learning

To learn how to differentiate instruction through brain-based learning styles you are invited to join me on my next Free Teleseminar (phone seminar) at where you can find out how to get your questions answered and access a free checklist, “Checklist of 7 Tips to Help You or Your Family Learn Anything Quickly. "

To use the online Superlinks Learning Style Preference Assessment and Brain Hemispheric Preference Assessment go to . For the online Keys to Reading Success program with reading diagnostic tests, phonics tests, prescriptive plan, and K-12 reading lesson plans in all Superlinks learning styles (visual, auditory, tactile, and kinesthetic, right brain and left brain hemispheric preference) in comprehension, phonics, vocabulary, test-taking skills, and phonemic awareness, visit:

Ricki Linksman, author, How to Learn Anything Quickly, international learning styles expert, and director of National Reading Diagnostics Institute, in Naperville, Illinois.


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