Access Code Intervention
Access Code is a blended intervention program that empowers you to provide differentiated instruction to struggling readers.
Who’s it for?
This research-based intervention program is designed for students in grades one through middle school who are one or more years behind grade level in reading ability or those who persistently struggle with reading fluency and comprehension. Those who can benefit from Access Code may include, but are not limited to, the following groups:
To determine if your children have deficits in reading addressed by Access Code, you can use our free online screening assessment. Contact us to learn more.
How does it work?
Access Code addresses core reading skill deficits via an engaging online platform.
Students in need of intervention use Access Code at least 20 minutes a day, four or five days a week, and typically complete the curriculum in five to six months. Depending on student learning needs, teachers deliver supplementary lessons two to five times a week using materials provided by Access Code. These supplemental lessons align with what the students are learning on Access Code and are designed to deepen learning and ensure success. Not only is Access Code easy for teachers to implement in their classrooms, it includes a teacher dashboard where they can monitor student progress. Teachers can also opt to receive regular updates via email. It is an easy-to-use, personalized learning tool for both students and teachers. See for yourself. For students in grades 5 and above, Access Code includes multiple administrations of the iASK Diagnostic Assessment, which allows teachers to better target their intervention efforts, as well as measure student growth.
Based on research and rooted in learning theory, Access Code’s curriculum uses the Varied Practice Model, an approach that has proven successful in a variety of learning domains.
Access Code directly addresses many foundational reading skills as described in the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts. These include, but are not limited to: