The teaching methods employed at The Einstein School are a research-based neurodevelopmental approach which teaches students to discover how sounds feel and look as they form the sounds with their mouths. This allows students who struggle with auditory discrimination to build their phonological awareness and phonics skills so they can increase their reading level and spelling accuracy. These skills are reinforced throughout student’s reading, science, social studies, math, and writing classes.

The Einstein School was founded by Dr. Tim Conway of The Morris Center. The research-based methods used at Einstein come from the relationship it has with The Morris Center. To learn more about these methods, dyslexia and other learning disabilities, and how individuals benefit from these treatments visit The Morris Center website.