HOW CAN CHANNIE'S HELP YOU AND YOUR CHILD?
“After careful review of Channie’s available content and product information, I am extremely optimistic about the application of their handwriting and mathematics specially designed instruction (SDI) for school and home. Two critical areas of special education, particularly at the early childhood and elementary levels, are handwriting (dysgraphia and dyslexia) and math (dyscalculia). Written expression via handwriting is our first and most essential way we teach children to communicate in school and math is the foundation of personal finance and daily functioning in our society. As a field, we have, and currently do, struggle immensely with finding and providing SDI in these two areas.” — Dr. Kurt E. Hulett, Special Education Legal Author, Expert, and Thought Leader
REE HANDWRITING RUBRC WITH PLAAF REPORT!
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BEGINNING LEARNERS/GENERAL EDUCATION STUDENTS:
- TIER 1: to identify and screen for potential issues in handwriting and math foundations.
- Channie’s helps students learning letter formation for the first time, with starting point indicator, direction arrow for letter and numbers, green color-coded blocks for lowercase placement, removing abstract concepts that are hard for children to understand
- CLICK HERE to view an example of our FREE HANDWRITING SCREEENER. Available to Schools & Districts FREE with purchase.
INTERVENTION AND STRUGGLING LEARNERS
- TIER 2: to provide additional support and practice once deficits are identified
- Channie’s helps remove the stress associated with messy handwriting and math. Channie’s helps organize thoughts, writing, and math with the assistance of our visual color-coded blocks. These blocks aid in neat handwriting, correct writing direction, and help build confidence quickly.
SPECIAL EDUCATION AND 504 STUDENTS:
- TIER 3: Once a child is identified with either dyscalculia (mathematics learning disability), dyslexia (reading learning disability) or dysgraphia (handwriting/writing disability), we provide Specially Designed Instruction (SDI) to address identified deficits, support the creation of PLAAFP’s (present levels), creation of baselines for measurement, targeted S.M.A.R.T. goals, and sequenced short-term objectives. Our evidence-based, SDI is ideal for progress monitoring and rapidly accelerating improvement and growth.
- Listing of Disability and Related Service Providers Supported
- LD: dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia
- We have made Assessment, Scoring, and PLAAF reporting SO EASY! CLICK HERE to view an example of our FREE HANDWRITING RUBRIC COMBINED WITH PLAAF REPORT, available with school/District purchase! Want to add your own custom verbiage and details to our Rubric and chart? CLICK HERE to purchase unlocked Handwriting Rubric/chart.
WHAT IS DYSGRAPHIA?
Dysgraphia is a neurological condition and learning difference in which someone has difficulty with writing for their age level. This can range from issues with the physical act of writing to issues with translating thoughts into written words. Dysgraphia is manageable with interventions that can help you learn new writing strategies.
WHAT IS DYSLEXIA?
Dyslexia is a language-based learning disorder. Contrary to popular belief, the core indicator of dyslexia is not reversing letters; rather it is a difficulty interpreting the sound (phonological) components of our language. Dyslexia refers to a cluster of symptoms, which result in people having difficulties with specific language skills, particularly reading. Students with dyslexia usually experience difficulties with other language skills such as spelling, writing, and pronouncing words.
WHAT IS DYSCALCULIA?
Dyscalculia is a learning disorder that affects a person’s ability to understand number-based information and math. People who have dyscalculia struggle with numbers and math because their brains don’t process math-related concepts like the brains of people without this disorder. However, their struggles don’t mean they’re less intelligent or less capable than people who don’t have dyscalculia.