Online Reviews

Academic Research

  • Messer, D., and Nash, G. (2017) “An evaluation of the effectiveness of a computer-assisted reading intervention.” Journal of Research in Reading, doi: 10.1111/1467-9817.12107
  • The What Works book commissioned by the Dyslexia-SpLD Trust gave Easyread the highest possible rating (see page 45).

Magazine/Print Reviews

  • Research Features magazine article, “The Trainertext Method: A visual track to literacy”: Research Features
  • Rebecca Abrams, journalist for the Daily Telegraph (UK) : “Highly effective and deceptively simple, Easyread succeeds in making learning to read fun”
  • SEN Magazine, the UK’s leading special ed publication: “At the forefront of this approach is Easyread with a program which takes the reading strengths and abilities of children and uses these to help guide them through the synthetic phonics path”
  • My Child magazine: “The result is a new approach that has been helping almost any child learn to read more easily with a short, fun lesson on the computer each day.”
Click to read Research Features profile of DM Easyread and Trainertext