A New Way to Teach Children to Read with Zach Silverzweig, CEO and Founder of TinyIvy

Zach Silverzweig is the CEO and Founder of TinyIvy, a startup that is focused on helping children and families learn to read English. Zach joins Mike in an exploration of why learning how to read English presents unique challenges and how the TIPS system developed by Zach and team helps make things better. We begin with Zach’s origin story before diving into the complexities of English language learning. By adding unique diacritical symbols to letters to clarify pronunciation rules, the team at TinyIvy has borrowed insights from other languages to help crack the code on learning to read English.

We get Zach’s perspective on how this approach may transform things in the early childhood education system and how he sees things progressing in that space before shifting to get his take on new and emerging trends more broadly.

Whether you’re a parent, an educator, or someone curious about how learning to read works, there’s a lot to gain out of listening to this episode. Thanks for taking the time.

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@peepso_user_186954001(Nurlybek Aliyev)
I am already an adult and I understand and learn English this is the same flight into space. But teaching children English is great. How to speak 1 language you know 1 life you live 10 languages you know 10 you live life. And so I really like English beautiful melodious and a very convenient world language. Although the English belong to the Germanic family group of languages, but German is a bit tough, rude why did the Angosaxians come from Germany to this British island
1 year ago