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A Multisensory, Structured, Sequential, Cumulative, Cognitive, and Flexible Approach to Teaching Literacy Skills to Children with Learning Disabilities

A 3 Day Training Course – OG Level 1

Recognized and Accredited worldwide by the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners & Educators

The Orton-Gillingham Approach has been rightfully described as language-based, multisensory, structured, sequential, cumulative, cognitive, and flexible. These characteristics can be easily amplified and extended as they are in the following attributes: personalized, multisensory, diagnostic and prescriptive, direct instruction, systematic phonics, applied linguistics, linguistic competence, systematic and structured, sequential, incremental, and cumulative continuous feedback and positive reinforcement, cognitive approach, and emotionally sound.
 
Orton-Gillingham Level 1 is a 24-hour introductory course that has been designed to prepare educators for teaching individuals, small groups, and classrooms. It is appropriate for teaching in the primary, elementary, intermediate grades, and at the secondary and college level as well as for adults. The explicit focus of the approach has been and continues to be upon persons with the kinds of language processing problems associated with dyslexia. The Orton-Gillingham approach will benefit all learners. This is an accredited course that includes assignments and exam completion.  No previous experience is necessary.

Group Discounts Available
Group Discounts : 3 ++ people: 10%
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  • Laurie D. Leason

    Ms.Laurie D. Leason

    M.Ed., OCT, Fellow/AOGPE, Orton-Gillingham Language Therapist, USA
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