Looking to improve your classroom or tutoring instruction for individuals with reading, writing, and spelling difficulties?
Looking to work with your students with Dyslexia or learning/reading/language disabilities in your classroom, resource room, tutoring center, or home environment?
The Orton-Gillingham methodology is appropriate for teaching individuals in classrooms, small groups or 1:1 settings; in kindergarten, elementary, and secondary grades. For over 70 years, this proven methodology has taught thousands with language processing problems how to better read, spell, and write. Many of today’s most successful reading programs sprung from this original source of multi-sensory structured language (MSL) instruction. The OG methodology has been applied to general education classrooms in addition to supporting struggling learners.
In-person in Princeton, NJ or LIVE remote access via computer
Training Location: Learning Ally, 20 Roszel Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540
LIVE Remote Access: via computer (session will not be recorded)
David G. Katz, MAT, Educational Therapist
Fellow, Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators
Course manual by David Katz (in PDF format only)
Attendees are responsible for printing out course manual themselves, if desired.
Year subscription to Whizzimo, an online digital platform for MSL instruction.
Optional tools and reading materials will be recommended for additional purchase.
Learning Ally Member: $800 per person
Non-Member: $850 per person
Accepted Payments: Credit card or PO within 15 days of the course’s start date.
Contact Debbie Byrne to make a reservation or make a purchase. Group pricing available for 5 or more attendees.
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