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HRS Learning Center

As the community outreach component of Hamlin Robinson School, the HRS Learning Center is a resource and services hub for students, families, educators, and other community members.

Learn more about dyslexia through our Resource pages or access information about our Student Services, Professional Services, and Community Events.

The HRS Learning Center offers one-on-one tutoring in reading, writing, math, or executive functioning for HRS students and students from other educational settings. Learning Center instructors are trained in a variety of instructional methods and specialize in implementing structured, multisensory instructional approaches which are specifically designed for students with dyslexia and other language-based learning challenges.

  • Open year-round
  • Kindergarten through grade 12
  • 4,400+ tutoring sessions in the 2019-2020 school year
  • 75+% of tutoring enrollees do not attend HRS

As a resource hub, the HRS Learning Center provides opportunities for educational professionals to learn and enhance skills to meet the needs of students with learning differences — including professional development partnerships with Wired for Reading, The Slingerland Institute, and The Institute for Multisensory Education (Orton-Gillingham).

  • Research based training, combining multi-sensory instructional  techniques with the structure of the English language.
  • Training opportunities offered evenings and weekends throughout the year

The HRS Learning Center hosts events that are open to the local, regional, and national community. These events offer opportunities for growth and knowledge about learning options and promote understanding of dyslexia and other language-based learning differences.

The Fall Workshop presents national experts who work with parents and community members on a designated topic, such as math instruction or brain science.

The HRS Speaker Series features engaging lectures on a wide variety of topics of interest to parents and educators.

Walk in the Shoes simulates the challenges that a general education classroom presents for students with dyslexia.

QUESTIONS?
Contact Edward Alvarran | HRS Learning Center Director
206-763-1167 x 101