May 9, 2021
Amplio’s intensive digital intervention platform with Esperanza works in tandem with bilingual dyslexia professionals to help students with dyslexia maximize their potential.
Developed by Dr. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, Esperanza is the first Spanish-language Orton-Gillingham program in the world and was developed to provide a systematic, sequential and explicit approach to teaching Spanish literacy.
Using advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and natural language processing, the Amplio platform with Esperanza equips bilingual students with individualized, high-fidelity and outcomes-focused interventions. Amplio addresses both immediate and log-term challenges in education such as learning loss and time in instruction.
Bilingual dyslexia specialists are empowered to devote direct time in instruction while gaining critical data on each student’s progress. Administrators gain a 360-degree view into student progress and programs, resources, compliance, and funding.
“It allows me to pace my instruction according to the student’s needs. That’s huge.”
Francis Arnesen-Rubio, Itinerant Dyslexia Interventionist, Ysleta, Texas