Tap into the opportunity of neuroplasticity
Neuroplasticity is the potential for the brain to change. Gemm Learning provides adaptive exercises that create a pathway to higher cognitive skill at any age.
- Our students start with Fast ForWord to target underlying difficulties
- For reading and dyslexia — Fast ForWord reading programs , Reading Assistant and Reading Plus
- For attention or executive function — ACTIVATE
We also provide adaptive math – Reflex for math facts, and DreamBox which is visually-presented K-8 math curriculum.
Fast ForWord Cognitive
Fast ForWord targets the underlying cognitive weaknesses that impede reading and learning progress building learning MAPS — working memory, attention, processing and sequencing — for children ages 5 and older, teens and adults.
The resulting gains in cognitive skills are then a launching pad for often dramatic improvements in reading proficiency and learning efficiency.
ACTIVATE software is both a cognitive assessment tool and a brain training program for children with ADHD and other Executive Function difficulties.
We know the brain is shaped with activity. ACTIVATE works on each of the 8 cognitive skills needed for working executive function, attention, self regulation and working memory.
Fast ForWord Reading
The Fast ForWord reading series develops reading fluency and comprehension, and fills in spelling, vocabulary and other skill gaps.
The series starts with Reading Level 1 for Kindergarten to Grade 1 and progresses to Reading Comprehension which focuses on reading comprehension and critical thinking skills needed in high school.
More about Fast ForWord reading programs
Reading Assistant uses speech recognition technology to provide individualized reading coaching in real time to strengthen reading fluency, vocabulary and comprehension.
Students are able to pick from a library of fiction and non-fiction stories. Each story is leveled, meaning it is designed to meet each student at their level — not too easy and boring, but also not too difficult and frustrating.
This innovative program uses eye tracking and other feedback technology to help reading fluency and comprehension.
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Gemm Learning has two math programs. Our DreamBox Learning software is self-paced math curriculum aligned with state standards, for grades K-8. It is an engaging software with hundreds of lessons and exercises to keep children moving forward.
For students struggling with math facts, Gemm Learning can add a game-based math fact program into the protocol.
Learn more about our math programs
“He is now attentive in [class]. He usually needed a personal invitation to listen. 🙂 I had to stop his reading curriculum because he could no longer comprehend anything he read. It was like he hit a wall. I can now give him anything on the fifth grade reading level and his comprehension is amazing!!! … He is thoroughly enjoying novels now and he can always answer the comprehension questions. The fact that he has the stamina for sitting and reading for hours is amazing! This is such a dramatic change!”
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“My daughter has been at the program for almost five months. I have seen a big improvement in all aspects of learning. Most of all her reading and understanding has been awesome. This program has been such a blessing for us that I have recommended it to a few people. My daughter has had a great time with all the games and the rewards. So, a big THANK YOU!!!!! You have given “hope” to my child.”
“My college age son has seen such gains from this program. He says he finds reading more comfortable and less exhausting. He has a heavy workload this semester and says this has made a huge difference to his college experience.
He texted me from a plane on his way back to college yesterday. He said he was too busy reading to talk!”
“His reading score went up almost two full grades over summer due to Gemm Learning! …his confidence when reading and his reading fluency is so much better that he will be out of special ed soon. He picked up a big chapter book to read! This is from a boy who before Gemm would not even look at a book.”