The spelling learning program Orthograph was developed in collaboration with neuroscientists and computer scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and promotes the development and coordination of areas of the brain responsible for the spelling learning process. The software trains a comprehensive set of basic English vocabulary (with options to practise foreign languages, too) and can be extended as desired with user-created modules. Orthograph can be used from the first year of school up to adulthood.
Ideal for children with dyslexia.
Multisensory learning built on a foundation of neuroscience and information technology at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich.
The multisensory learning approach encourages the brain to compensate for areas of weakness and formulate new pathways.
in just 12 weeks
quick training sessions
In just one minute, get an insight into how Orthograph works and why it is so efficient for learning how to read and spell. See for yourself by testing out the free trial version!To free trial version
The opportunity for independent training enables individually tailored learning - anytime, anywhere. The computer adapts the learning content automatically to suit the user's individual strengths and weaknesses and guides them gently through the learning process. Teachers and parents can use the Coach monitoring tool to analyse and evaluate the learning path in detail at anytime.
Get to know the three games, colour, graph and learn, and see how they work.
The learning status report shows the children the progress they have made and the goals they have achieved so far, motivating them to continue training.
As an additional source of motivation, points earned during training can be exchanged in the reward shop for new game functions and scenes.
Independent, multisensory, computer-based training activates and promotes the development of the brain. The software is designed to activate additional pathways for learning. Once this has been accomplished, the brain is able to link information from these individual pathways to compensate for areas of learning weakness.In detail