Dates: December 27th-31st and February 19th-23rd (10 total days)
Location: Remote (Livestream)
Instructor: Ann Edwards
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*Materials will be shipped to the address provided one week prior the start of the course.
- Certificate of Completion upon course completion
- 60 CTLE Continuing Education Credits will be given upon completion of the course.
- Eligible to begin the supervised practicum for Associate Level certification. Looking for more information on EOG/OGA certification? Click here!
- Eligible to purchase 3 Graduate Credits via Adams State University.
The Orton-Gillingham 60 HR Associate Level course provides trainees with a comprehensive understanding of the Orton-Gillingham Approach. Associate Level coursework is intended to provide trainees with information that will prepare them to work either 1:1 tutoring or in a small group using the Orton-Gillingham Approach. Trainees will learn the rationale for selecting the Orton Gillingham Approach for individuals with dyslexia. Trainees will learn about reading acquisition in all learners, including the brain basis of reading, and the essential components of good reading instruction. Trainees will focus on the implementation the Orton-Gillingham Approach with a student in a 1:1 tutorial setting. Trainees will practice and implement OG lesson plans with peers and learn how assessment drives instructional practices. Readings and summaries will be given each night in accordance with the Academy of Orton-Gillingham course standards.