The Stride Method
We combine mind and body to strengthen our students’ executive function skills.
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BEHIND THE METHOD
Stride Learning uses research-backed methods to help students with all types of learning challenges.
Kids aren’t born with executive function skills – they’re born with the potential to learn them.
Exercise releases endorphins while improving oxygen and blood flow to the brain, which improves mood and information retention.
Students respond more positively to mentors they can relate to — in age, background, and interests.
Students achieve small, manageable tasks more easily than when confronted by one large, arduous project.
What we do
Our approach to mentoring, movement, and accountability sets Stride apart and allows us to encourage the individual learning style of each student.
Designed and built with students in mind, our Colorado learning center blends individual classrooms, a homework center, and a full-scale movement zone — all under one roof.
Whether you’re getting focused while tossing a football, or practicing Spanish verb conjugations during a ping-pong match, our gym is the place to get a student’s mind moving. Just keep an eye out for rogue Spikeball hits.
Our private classrooms provide dedicated quiet spaces for mentors and students to work together on assignments, planning, or studying.
Staffed with subject experts to help students with math, science, and language arts, the homework center can be booked and used as spot to study for upcoming tests or complete assignments.
Need a place to hang out before sessions or while waiting for your student? Stride has a few common areas where parents, mentors, and students can convene.
Founder & CEO
Brandon created Stride after struggling academically in a school system that didn’t offer the support he needed. He’s dedicated to helping students thrive not just in school, but in life.
Katie loves to teach, and her compassion and friendliness make students feel welcome and appreciated. Her hard work and determination make her a valuable member of the leadership team and a great mentor.
Tyler bridges academics and athletics at Stride, driven by personal experience in building his own executive function skills after feeling like he didn’t fit the typical academic mold. His kindness and relatability put students at ease.
Program Development Manager
Annie’s involvement with Stride stems from wanting to help students experiencing challenges similar to hers growing up. She leads with empathy and humor.
VP of Finance
After raising two kids of her own with executive function challenges, Lynne started working for Stride when she saw the impact the program can have. She loves being a part of a cause near and dear to her.
Ryan’s commitment to teaching and helping students grow is so valued in our college program. He adapts his mentoring approach to meet the specific needs of each student.
Maggie started at Stride after working through her own executive function challenges in high school. Her patience and genuine desire to help others keep this place running.
David’s desire to help others fuels his dedication to our students. His calm demeanor encourages students to genuinely be themselves around him; he makes them feel heard and respected.
Alec’s easygoing personality makes him a great mentor to students of all personality types. In college, he discovered the benefits of improving his own executive function skills, and strives to help students strengthen their own skills.