Programs

About Programs at Educational Resource Associates

  • All programs are individually written for each student.
  • We consistently provide high degrees of accountability.
  • Our reading program graphs and plots reading accuracy every 7 ½ minutes.
  • Our Mastery Teaching approach has students recite their knowledge 100% of the time with 100% accuracy.
  • Programs are built around carefully sequenced skills for mastery of larger goals.
  • We deliver instruction based only on the skills the student lacks.
  • We deliver educational programs intensively and for short periods of time. Intensive work is the fastest way to ensure educational growth and skill retention.
  • Our Director Judy Hintz is qualified to diagnose the many current labels such as dylslexia, dysgraphia and autism. These labels carry the danger of faulty stigmatization of the student. This reinforces more negative outcomes at school. We dig deeper to find each student’s strengths to build on them, while working on deficiencies.

Preschool/Kindergarten

  • programs-kindergartenEarly Readers Program – Ages 3 to 5. Give your child the benefit of a reading program that really works!
  • Readiness programs.
  • Programs for language and speech disorders, reading disorders and autism intervention.

Elementary

  • programs-elementarySystematic intensive phonics.
  • Oral language and comprehension skill programs.
  • Writing skills and grammar mastery programs.
  • Speed Reading.
  • Gifted Education—Your student may be bored by unchallenging curriculum. We offer individualized programming in reasoning, foreign language and advanced math.
  • Study Skills—a program that includes a free Saturday study hall to keep assignments up to date.
  • Programs for all areas of math. Students who are struggling with Everyday Math may have additional work in vocabulary, auditory processing and comprehension to aid a permanent solution.
  • Home-school assistance.
  • Whiz Kids Academy—Make sure your child is given the advantage of superior academic skills in reading, math, spelling, and writing, by building these important foundations at an early age. This five day classroom instruction is designed to replace, or to be used in conjunction with homeschooling or local school instruction. Enrollment limited.
  • Cursive writing.
  • Common Core intervention.

Middle School

  • programs-middle-schoolOral language and comprehension skill programs.
  • Writing skills and grammar mastery programs.
  • Speed Reading.
  • Programs for all areas of math. Students who are struggling with Common Core Math may have additional work in vocabulary, auditory processing and comprehension to aid a permanent solution.
  • Programs for the unmotivated learner.
  • Gifted Education—Your student may be bored by unchallenging curriculum.
  • Individualized programming in reasoning, foreign language and advanced math.
  • Study Skills—a program that includes a free Saturday study hall to keep assignments up to date.
  • Home-school assistance.
  • Systematic intense phonics.
  • Spelling programs.
  • Subject area tutoring.

High School

  • programs-high-schoolSystematic intensive phonics.
  • Oral language and comprehension skill programs.
  • Writing skills and grammar mastery programs.
  • Programs for the unmotivated learner.
  • Programs for all areas of math including calculus and trigonometry.
  • Test preparation for various fields such as health, and military tests: GRE, GMAT, SAT, LSAT, ACT, PRAXIS, GED, ASVAB (military tests), MCAT, and TOEFL.
  • Gifted Education—Your student may be bored by unchallenging curriculum
  • Individualized programming is offered in reasoning, foreign language and advanced math.
  • Study skills for high school and college students.
  • Common Core intervention.
  • Subject area tutoring.
  • College preparation. Give your child a head start in his first year of college.
  • Goal setting, organization skills, vocabulary and speed reading/writing can contribute to his first time college success.

College/Adult

  • programs-college-adultSystematic intensive phonics.
  • Oral language and comprehension skill programs.
  • Writing skills and grammar mastery programs.
  • Programs for the unmotivated learner.
  • Programs for all areas of math including calculus and trigonometry. Students who are struggling with Common Core Math may have additional work in vocabulary, auditory processing and comprehension to aid a permanent solution.
  • ACT/SAT/PSAT test preparation.
  • Speed Reading/speed writing.
  • Study skills for high school and Common Core math.
  • Gifted Education—Your student may be bored by unchallenging curriculum.
  • Individualized programming is offered in reasoning, foreign language and advanced math.
  • Home-school assistance.
  • Common Core intervention.
  • Subject area tutoring.