Orton Gillingham Associate Level Course_$1275.00

Orton Gillingham Associate Level Course_$1275.00

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What do I get with this course?

This course consists of 70 hours of classroom instruction with all required books and resources. Class size is limited to 20 participants.

Topics covered during the course will include:

 Principles of Orton-Gillingham instruction

 Nature and needs of dyslexic learners

 Phonological awareness

 Sound-symbol relationships

 Syllable types and division patterns

 Spelling rules and generalizations

 Handwriting instruction

 Reading fluency

 Morphology

 Integration of vocabulary & comprehension instruction

 Structured, multi-sensory teaching techniques

 Lesson plan development and delivery

 Informal diagnostic-prescriptive assessment of reading, spelling, and handwriting

Course Instructor: Janet Jones, Accredited Training Fellow, AOGPE

Certificate of Course Completion - All assignments - including required Reading Responses - must be completed prior to a certificate of course completion being issued. Participants will receive required readings prior to the beginning of coursework. While it is strongly encouraged that these readings be completed in advance of the course start date, students have up to 30 days following the last class session to submit Reading Responses.

Orton Gillingham Associate Level Certification -This course is the first step in obtaining Certification with the Academy of Orton Gillingham Practitioners and Educators. Practicum costs and requirements will be discussed during the course for those wishing to pursue Associate Level Certification with the Academy.

Read to Succeed Credit - 60 hours of Orton-Gillingham Training may be applied to R2S requirements for Instructional Practices. Visit https://ed.sc.gov/instruction/early-learning-and-literacy/read-to-succeed1/educator-in-service-courses/ for more details.

Graduate Credit - option 3-graduate credit hours available through Baker University at additional fee. Ask for details.

Partial Scholarships Available for public school teachers. Send an email with the subject OG Scholarship Request to info@dyslexiasc.org with your school name/district, grade/subject taught (or role in school system) and the reason you would like to take this course. Let us know how much scholarship assistance you will need to take advantage of this training opportunity & how you anticipate using this training in your classroom/school.

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