Learning Resource Center

The Indian Hill Primary School Learning Resource Center (LRC) is a place where students come for extra support in reading and sometimes in math.  The students who come here have usually gone through a multi-factored evaluation from which it has been determined that they have a disability and need academic help.  I also work with some students who have been recommended by the Intervention Assistance Team “as if they have been labeled with a disability”.  These students have consistently scored very low on the Early Literacy Assessment which is administered three times a year at the primary school.

Students attend my class for 30 to 45 minutes, 4 days a week.  I usually have 2 to 4 students in a group.  This number of students is small so that I can give each of them more individual attention to meet their needs than they area able to receive in the regular classroom.  I use several different methods in teaching the students.  One is the Orton-Gillingham method of teaching phonics and sound blending.  I also use repeated reading of passages to help increase the students’ fluency in reading.  Sight word recognition is reinforced by sending home word cards for students to practice.

Cristina Smith
(513) 272-4782
cristina.smith@indianhillschools.org

Sarah Meinberg
(513) 272-4792
sarah.meinberg@indianhillschools.org