Subscriber Course: A two-day course intended to introduce parents, teachers and administrators to the Orton-Gillingham approach, the phonology and structure of English, characteristics of dyslexia, multisensory teaching, and a lesson demonstration.
Associate Level Course: An intense weeklong course for individuals holding a bachelor's degree. It is the basic course in the Orton Gillingham approach that enables you to instruct with better understanding of the structure of language and multisensory teaching. The course includes an in-depth introduction to phonology, structure of English, characteristics of dyslexia, multisensory teaching, assessment tools, grammar and written expression and interactive demonstrations and activities to use the approach. A practicum is available upon request at an additional cost with observations and mentoring.
Certified, Part I Course: An additional weeklong intense training that is geared to solidify concepts and theories learned in Associate Level training followed by more in-depth trainig onn structure of English. More emphasis is placed on assessment analysis, vocabulary and comprehension skills, written expression and prefixes, roots and suffixes. A practicum is available upon request at an additional cost with observations and mentoring.
Certified, Part II Course: This is the second half of the Certified, which requires another weeklong course solidifying gaps in knowledge of Orton Gillingham approach engaging participants in more analytical thinking, assessment, and higher level strategies for college bound students. At this level participants continue their focus on morphology, expository writing, vocabulary development and analogies. Preparing and presenting lectures is also a criterion of this course. A practicum is available upon request at an additional cost with observations and mentoring.
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