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Program FAQ

What makes this Literacy program different to other programs?+

The program has been developed by an Occupational Therapist and Neurodevelopmental therapist, who has taken the time to develop a program that integrates with the Australian National Curriculum, is consistent for teachers and teaching and is specific to solving learning issues across a wide spectrum of children for successful literacy outcomes. Based on the latest neuroscience, Write2Spell2Read connects the three important areas of the brain for learning literacy. These are the motor (movement & touch), visual (sight), and auditory (hearing and speech) parts of the brain.

We care about the quality of this program: To ensure the program is taught correctly W2S2R has a ‘teaching competency’ resource and support materials for teachers to ensure the program reaches it’s teaching potential

How soon can you see results from Learning literacy with Write2Spell2Read?+

The Write2Spell2Read program is a proven learning method, combining multi-sensory processes in a world that has technology creating shortfalls in the way children learn. It has been developed using the latest neuroscience research and therefore ensures measureable improvements in literacy outcomescan hear what some teachers and principles have to say here.

How much does this program cost?+

Write2Spell2read has options for purchasing to cater for everyone!  Early Childhood, Primary Schools, Tutors, Therapists as well as Students, Parents and Carers. 
These resources can be purchased as single items or as part of a whole school program. Pricing for resources that start at $10.00 (not including postage) through to program licences, specific to learning institutions. You can view the product range here. 

How do I download the Interactive Whiteboard Program?+

You must have made a purchase to be able to download this program. Login to your account, or simply go to the Support button on the top menu of this website. You will be asked to enter your username and password. Follow the prompts to download the program. You will have been sent an unlock code from the Write2Spell2Read support team. Use this unlock code to open the program. Have fun!

How can a teacher benefit from this program?+

A teacher will benefit from this program because there are teacher support resources, teacher training videos and face-to-face support available at their finger tips. In the classroom, the easy differentiation of spelling lists allows Write2Spell2Read to be easily taught in multi level and multi-age classrooms.and the program provides consistency of teaching and learning from Beginners through to year 7. Teachers love this program, as well as the students. Read more here.

Where do I go to view the Training Videos so I know how to correctly guide my child through learning?+

When you made your purchase on the Write2Spell2Read resource you automatically become an account member. Login to your account, or simply go to the Support button on the top menu of this website. You will be asked to enter your username and password. Follow the prompts to the Training Room to view the process of teaching the program. Have fun! If you are left with any more questions, you could request a Skype consultation or contact the Write2Spell2Read Support team here.

My child finds learning quite difficult will my child benefit from this program?+

Write2Spell2Read is being used with students with the following special needs and is ensuring that these students can learn to write, spell and read to their full potential. If you would like to contact us for more information, please contact us.

  • Dyslexia
  • Speech and Language Impairment
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder
  • Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Non-verbal Learning Disorder
  • Intellectual Impairment

Is this a suitable program for learning English as a second language?+

This program is organised with visual, phonetic & motor organisation queues which makes our complicated English language ‘make sense'. This program focuses on letters and the sounds they make using visual reminders for sounds as an easy guide for learning. You can view the resources here.