And then I had a high school student on a 504. Every time I sent out a reminder, he would send me an email that would read, “NEVER, I’m NEVER going to use Snap&Read.” This went on for months! He and other students would come to my room for additional help with their classes. In history class, they had to write papers and cite their sources.
All the students were using Snap&Read to read the articles, take notes, and cite their sources. The young man who refused to use it missed so many points. Near the end of the year, he asked why everyone was finishing before him, and why they were getting better grades. I told him that they all used Snap&Read … reluctantly he let me show him how he could use it to help him with his papers.
Within a few weeks he had to write his final exam and he used Snap&Read all the way through. He waited until everyone left the room and said, If I would have known it would have saved me that much time, I would have used it long ago. YES! SUCCESS!
It’s not only K-12 students who benefit from this program. As a dyslexic veteran K-12 teacher of 38 years and a college adjunct professor for the past 21 years, I use Snap&Read all the time. Snap&Read makes my life so much easier. I can’t say enough – your child needs to use Snap&Read, your student needs to use Snap&Read, YOU need to use Snap&Read.