Future Research

At the present time, training in the HELPS Programs mainly consists of training with the HELPS One-on-One Program. This is currently the primary focus of training because the HELPS One-on-One Program is the only HELPS Program that is completely available and has undergone thorough research and development.

One way for teachers to learn the HELPS One-on-One Program is to participate in a live HELPS Program Workshop, hosted by one or more certified HELPS Program Trainers. To learn more about the relative advantages of attending a HELPS Workshop, how to schedule a workshop, and how to potentially receive a free HELPS Workshop, click here.

The other way for teachers to learn the HELPS One-on-One Program is to follow the training steps that start on page 19 of the One-on-One Program Teacher's Manual. This training option requires use of the Teacher's Manual and the HELPS One-on-One Training Video, both of which can be accessed for free from this website. To learn more about this training option, click here.

HELPS for Small Groups
Increasingly, college professors have been using the HELPS Program as part of their teaching and training activities with undergraduate and graduate students entering educational fields. Read more to learn about some advantages of integrating HELPS as part of university training activities.

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HELPS for Spanish Speakers
Click the link below to learn more about the research and development of the HELPS One-on-One Program.

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HELPS for Spanish Speakers
Although reading fluency is important for all students' reading development, instructional strategies designed to improve students' reading fluency are often missing from core reading curricula. In fact, approximately 40% of U.S. students are nonfluent readers.

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