Why & How CAPIT Work

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Visual Mnemonics: Cognitive Super Glue

The value of mnemonics for teaching letter-sound
relations to kindergartners is supported by evidence.
—National Reading Panel Report, 2-125

Research and experience indicate that Visual Mnemonics are an efficient and fun method of helping students remember the relationship between the sound of a letter and its visual representation. CAPIT Reading provides unique Visual Mnemonics for every letter in the English language.

Learn more about our VISUAL MNEMONICS and how we selected them.

CAPIT is a Curriculum, Because Learning to Read is Not a Game.

We removed the Virtual World, the Animated Characters, and the Extrinsic Rewards such as currencies and badges.

CAPIT is NOT A GAME. It's a Curriculum that engages students BY learning, and NOT by external motivators. In every interface, students are  Reading, Writing, Spelling, and Typing.


Learn more about our LESS-IS-MORE philosophy.

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Less is More

A simple principle guided our development: Less is More, also known as Cognitive Load Theory (Sweller, 2003, see also Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation, 2017).

Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) enabled us—no—forced us, to create a unique phonics curriculum that teaches students to read Without Verbal instructions. It also informed our decision in creating a phonics curriculum that is 100% Learning 100% of the Time. Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) guided, informed, and shaped every aspect of our program.

Learn more about "Why" and "How" CAPIT Works.