Orton-Gillingham Classroom Educator Training

 

June 13-17, 2022 (attendance is mandatory for the week)

Course Fee: $650 (does not include texts—the trainee will be responsible for purchasing the texts and will be given the ones to purchase)

 

This training springboards into the Associate Level training but is a minimum 30-hour training. This training is designed for teachers working in classrooms or with small groups and is not intended for 1:1 instruction. Topics covered include: dyslexia and reading disorders; the OG
Approach; phonology and phonological awareness; handwriting; phonics for reading and spelling; the lesson plan; history and structure of the English language; beginning morphology; informal assessments and diagnostic-prescriptive teaching; and accuracy, automaticity, and fluency.

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Orton-Gillingham Classroom Educator Training

 

June 27-July 1, 2022 (attendance is mandatory for the week)

Course Fee: $650 (does not include texts—the trainee will be responsible for purchasing the texts and will be given the ones to purchase)

 

This training springboards into the Associate Level training but is a minimum 30-hour training. This training is designed for teachers working in classrooms or with small groups and is not intended for 1:1 instruction. Topics covered include: dyslexia and reading disorders; the OG
Approach; phonology and phonological awareness; handwriting; phonics for reading and spelling; the lesson plan; history and structure of the English language; beginning morphology; informal assessments and diagnostic-prescriptive teaching; and accuracy, automaticity, and fluency.

Orton-Gillingham Associate Level Training

 

June 13-24, 2022 (attendance is mandatory for the two weeks)

Course Fee: $1200 (does not include texts—the trainee will be responsible for purchasing the texts and will be given the ones to purchase)

 

The Associate Level training extends another week beyond the Classroom Educators training. This training is designed for 1:1 instruction.
Additional topics beyond the Classroom Educator training include: going further in-depth with the topics above; the lesson plan for 1:1; hands-on practice with a student (there will be a student that everyone will practice different parts of the lesson on); student profile; written
expression; reading comprehension; and the Academy’s philosophy, standards, and requirements.

 

In the past, teachers who completed the Associate Level Training always received 3 hours toward Read to Succeed requirements.

To access the registration for the June 27-July 1 training, click on this PDF.

This Class is Full

This Class is Full