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Webber HearBuilder® Collection
by Kevin Stuckey, M.Ed., CCC-SLP
HearBuilder® Online Software is an e-learning program for general and special education students in PreK – 8th grades. HearBuilder® Online gives students access to research-based, interactive programs via any computer or tablet with internet access, enabling students to use the software in the classroom, media center, computer lab, and at home. Each program offers multilevel activities with progress monitoring reports for educators and administrators to track an individual student’s progress as well as usage and progress across grades, subgroups, or schools.
Evidence Based
Standards Aligned
Research Based
Comprehensive Reporting
There are four award-winning titles available: Following Directions, Phonological Awareness, Auditory Memory, and Sequencing
HearBuilder® Following Directions (Grades PreK-3)
Verbal directions are a part of everyday life. Appropriate behavior, social interaction, and academic success are dependent on the ability to understand and carry out verbal directions. With HearBuilder® Following Directions, students learn 40 basic concepts that are frequently embedded in verbal directions and practice understanding five different types of directions. These include Basic, Sequential, Quantitative & Spatial, Temporal, and Conditional directions.
HearBuilder® Phonological Awareness (Grades PreK-5)
Children must be aware of sounds in language to read and spell. HearBuilder® Phonological Awareness targets nine phonological awareness skills that are important for listening and reading.
  • Stage One: Students practice foundational phonological awareness activities like sentence segmentation, syllable blending, and syllable segmentation.
  • Stage Two: Students move to more challenging activities such as rhyming, phoneme blending, phoneme segmentation and phoneme identification.
  • Stage Three: Students practice more difficult phonemic awareness tasks including phoneme deletion, phoneme addition, and phoneme manipulation.
HearBuilder® Auditory Memory (Grades K-8)
HearBuilder® Auditory Memory teaches students strategies to remember orallypresented information including numbers, words, details, and WH information.
What is Auditory Memory? Auditory memory is the ability to take in information that is presented orally, process it, retain it in one’s mind, and then recall it. Auditory memory requires working memory and also involves the skills of attending, listening, processing, storing, and recalling.
Why is it important? In the classroom, memory is taxed heavily by everyday activities such as remembering multi-step directions, relating new information to prior knowledge, oral language comprehension, taking notes while listening, verbal fluid reasoning, written expression, and oral expression. There is a strong relationship between working memory and overall learning; school-age children’s performance on working memory measures has been highly correlated with various intelligence and achievement measures – including spoken-language comprehension, reading recognition, and comprehension.
HearBuilder® Sequencing (Grades K-6)
HearBuilder® Sequencing teaches students to put steps of an event/story into logical order, targeting 2-6 step sequences.
Why Sequencing? Sequencing is necessary for understanding and telling narratives, problem solving, reading comprehension, performing daily routines, interacting appropriately with others, and achieving academic success. Sequencing activities that include manipulation of pictures, words, and sentences help build important literacy skills such as reading left-to-right, understanding details, making predictions, and identifying parts of a story.
 
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