Associate Level Training
This structured and systematic training strives to increase teachers knowledge and effectiveness in working with students who have dyslexia and language-learning difficulties. It is an intensive course that provides opportunities for a variety of hands-on exercises which advance the understanding of specific procedures of the Orton-Gillingham Approach and the underlying principles in teaching reading, spelling, and written expression.
This course provides participants with: a hands-on practicum during training working with a student, the rules and phonetic patterns of our language, the definition of dyslexia and the characteristics of the dyslexic child, suggestions for creating a classroom environment conducive for learning, resources and teaching materials.
Practicum available for an additional cost.
Prerequisite: Bachelor’s Degree
Fellow: Anne Vickers, F/AOGPE, Suzanna Greer, F/AOGPE