What remediation looks like to a teacher and parent.

Remediation should be an explicit, systematic, multisensory, structured language program. Explicit, systematic, multisensory, structured language is defined as a teaching method using all learning pathways in the brain simultaneously in order to enhance memory and learning. Multisensory language instruction requires that the organization of material follow the logical order of the language. The sequence must begin with the easiest and most basic elements and progress methodically to more difficult material. Each step must also be based on those already learned. Concepts taught must be systematically reviewed to strengthen memory and retrieval. Multisensory language instruction requires the direct teaching of all concepts with continuous student-teacher interaction. Reading fluency, reading comprehension, and written language should also be emphasized.