Hi, I’m Chani Karp, Ms. Ed,
…a Hebrew-reading specialist and experienced educator. During my three decades in chinuch, I’ve repeatedly seen children suffering in the classroom fall behind because they don’t know how to read.
Many parents sign their kids up for tutoring, where they see no progress, or parents decide to wait and see, hoping their child would improve with time. Eventually, as children get older, the gap between their skills and the curriculum widens, and their schooling starts to break down.
The children become frustrated by their lack of progress, angry at how hard it is, and embarrassed by how poorly they’re doing.
They don’t have to feel any of that.
Reading should feel easy.
In 2013, I created a specialized system — crafted from years of research and training — to help children learn kriah. Some methods are culled from my experience in chinuch, some are adapted from English literacy systems, and some are entirely unique.
When put together, your child receives a personalized, specialized method that targets their specific challenges.
There’s no more “just getting by.”
I want each child who graduates to enter any reading situation — whether learning, tefillah, or the Hebrew words on an ad — and be able to thrive.
Using a team approach (which means working together with parents, principals, teachers, therapists, and the students themselves) I work to make that happen.
I want kids to walk out with a full tool-box that they can implement across the board. The most important tool is confidence. If your child doesn’t feel like he’s capable, he won’t even try.
For many of my students, new learning experiences meant failure. New learning experiences made them nervous.
New learning experiences made them cry. Now, they can be proud. When they graduate, my students have the tools to say, “I can do this.”
It’s a mindset that translates into all areas of their lives.
Your child doesn’t have to be the kid who is thrown out of class, mocks learning programs, or tries not to be noticed by the teacher. Instead they can:
These are far from the only stories.
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Your child can learn to read and their education can change.
Are you ready to see that happen?