A research-driven, IDA-accredited, digitally-delivered learning tool that teachers can learn, practice, and apply in their classrooms.
The AIM IGNITE Center accelerates learning by engaging teachers and students in applied research as part of AIM's Haskins Global L2 (Language and Literacy) Innovation Hub partnership.
An annual literacy symposium where educators and researchers engage with each other at the important intersection of research and practice.
As a WILSON® Accredited Partner School, AIM offers numerous Wilson® Language Training courses to educators throughout the region.
A speaker series providing all educators and parents access to the most recent advances in cognitive science and teaching methodologies.
A series of brief conversations with experts and researchers in the field of literacy and learning.
The ILM includes core six components for training educators to effectively teach reading and improve student literacy outcomes.
AIM's Pathways to Structured Literacy programs use the Orton-Gillingham approach to train literacy educators in evidence-based practices.
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The AIM Institute for Learning & Research's new digital teacher-training platform AIM Pathways was featured in the Spring 2019 issue of the Pennsylvania Branch of the International Dyslexia Association's (PBIDA) Focus magazine.
The AIM Institute for Learning & Research® – in conjunction with Haskins Laboratories – will host the 2019 IGNITE Center Summer Institute at AIM this summer. This one-of-a-kind event features three days of engaging sessions led by renowned researchers in the fields of neuroscience, technology, and literacy followed by participant sessions designed to translate the research into practical applications for the classroom.
This one-of-a kind Summer Institute features time spent working side-by-side with top experts in the field of Neuroscience, Technology and Literacy today. Join us to Reimagine the Future of Education.
It has been exciting to see the EEGs get up and running in the I.G.N.I.T.E. Center Lab as part of AIM's Predicting Literacy Outcomes in Schools research with Haskins Laboratories. Our Upper School Student Research Fellows recently helped Haskins faculty run experiments with AIM 5th grade research participants.
This year, at the AIM Institute's 7th annual Research to Practice Symposium on Monday, March 11, Dr. Hollis Scarborough will be presented with AIM's inaugural Hollis Scarborough Award recognizing a researcher whose work on the science of reading acquisition has deepened our understanding of the complexity of reading proficiency and has inspired others to pursue related research.