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Partnering With Spin Master and Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada TORONTO—Hoot Reading, an online tutoring service that connects kids with real classroom teachers to practice reading over video chat, today announced Hoot Reading For All, a new program which…

CJAD 800 Montreal

Hoot Reading Co-Founder and CEO, Carly Shuler was a guest on The Natasha Hall Show on CJAD 800 Montreal to chat more about the 4th grade reading slump and the launch of Hoot Reading For All.

The Globe and Mail

Carly Shuler, CEO & Co-Founder of Hoot Reading, shares her tips with The Globe and Mail on how to make the most of your child’s time in front of a screen to help improve their reading skills and future job prospects.

Global News Morning Winnipeg

Carly Shuler, chatted with Kahla Evans on Global Winnipeg, and shared tips to get your kids back on track with reading and writing for back for school.

City Parent

Learning loss can be a huge concern in the months between classroom learning and a lack of consistent reading practice is a contributing factor.

CTV Morning Live Winnipeg

Help prevent the summer learning slide with an app that gets kids reading with a live teacher. It’s called Hoot Reading and it was created right here in Winnipeg. Nicole Dube learns more about how it works.

Hoot Reading plans to battle the effects of the “summer reading slide” with Hoot FLEX, a new offering that will enable parents to schedule a live video-chat session between their child and a classroom teacher on demand. 

Winnipeg Free Press

Online tutoring service for struggling readers is already a success story in only about a year. There’s lots of talk of the potential damage too much screen time can have on children, but Carly Shuler has figured out a way to use that screen time to encourage reluctant young readers to read more.

Online tutoring service, Hoot Reading, has been awarded a Tillywig Toy & Media Awards, 2019 Brain Child Award. The Brain Child Award recognizes exciting products or services that nurture the intellectual or emotional development of children.

Online tutoring service, Hoot Reading, has been selected as a winner of the 2018 Academics’ Choice Smart Book Award.

Not only could we see each one anothers’ faces, we could easily converse. The best part was that we could see a ghost image of the teacher’s hand when he was point at a picture or getting ready to turn a page.
The concept behind this app is sheer brilliance. Each of the two participating readers can see the other touching the screen, so that Grandma can ask her grandchild to find things on the pages of the book or she can point to items or words as they read together.

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