The obstacles for diverse learners have the capacity to be debilitating… but they don’t have to be.
We use an individualized, strength-based approach that allows us to take advantage of each student’s unique learning style.
At Results Learning, we teach more than just academic skills. We believe in supporting the whole child to increase their confidence, apply their strengths, and foster independence.
Owner and Executive Director
Cyle grew up as a student with undiagnosed learning differences. He struggled tremendously in elementary school while his parents worked hard to find an amazing team of educators and tutors to help him overcome his challenges. Due to his personal experiences, Cyle has an immense passion for helping children with learning differences realize that they are wicked smart and build the skills and tools necessary to achieve success in school and life!
Building on this passion and professional development, in 2004, Cyle founded Results Learning. Results Learning provides academic coaching, tutoring and professional development with expertise in ADHD, Executive Functioning and Dyslexia. He has presented at numerous local conferences on dyslexia and executive functioning.
In addition, from 2006 through 2015, he served on the Denver Academy Board of Trustees and served as the Chair for the marketing and strategic planning committees, where he was able to bring both his dedication to helping struggling students and his vast experience in creative sales and marketing. Cyle also serviced on the Board of Directors of the International Dyslexia Association, Rocky Mountain Branch, where he continued to advocate for students across Colorado.
Through the countless years of serving this community and understanding firsthand the struggles of finding the right support for a child with learning differences, Cyle felt the importance of bringing this community together through creating a resource for parents called Guiding Bright Minds.
Director of Curriculum and Student Placement
Tammy English was inspired at an early age to make a difference and change people’s perceptions regarding individuals with physical and learning challenges. Tammy’s motivation came from her father who lost the use of his legs at eight years old, and never let his physical difference stand in the way of his goals and dreams. For the past 25 years as an educator, Tammy has been dedicated to helping students with learning challenges become more independent. After teaching middle school in Chicago for over ten years, she relocated to Denver with her husband and two sons. She currently works for an organization in Denver and develops curriculum for teachers, provides professional development workshops to schools and coordinates programs that help students develop their executive functioning skills.
“My kids’ presentation was seriously impressive and heartwarming. Clearly your program creates meaningful results. Thank you for providing such an amazing CEO experience.”
Parent of Summer Executive Functioning Skills Program student