A research-driven, IDA-accredited, fully online teacher training program grounded in the science of reading.
Our newest Pathways online course is for educators committed to learning best practices for writing instruction in the classroom.
AIM's Pathways to Structured Literacy programs use the Orton-Gillingham approach to train literacy educators in evidence-based practices.
Learn how to create a culture of research-based literacy instruction in your school or district.
Virtual Wilson Language Training® courses now available! AIM is a WILSON® Accredited Partner School.
Look for our 2021-2022 Access to the Experts opportunities and enjoy videos of past participants.
Video and webinar resources for educators focused on literacy research and teacher training.
An annual literacy symposium where educators and researchers engage with each other at the important intersection of research and practice.
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The AIM Institute for Learning & Research is pleased to announce an important addition to the organization’s administrative team who will help advance literacy instruction and the Science of Reading among educators and administrators nationwide. Cindy Hadicke, a former teacher and principal, most recently served as an elementary education consultant to the Kansas State Department of Education. She assumes her role as AIM’s Director of Client Success and Implementation on July 12.
Researchers from Middle Tennessee State University's Center for Dyslexia examined and researched educator knowledge in both in-person and online training using AIM's Pathways to Proficient Reading course. The recently published article,Testing the impact of online training in areas of reading instruction on educator knowledge, showed that online PD training elevated educators’ knowledge.
Philadelphia's grade-level reading campaign - Read by 4th - recently wrote a blog post sharing the ways it is working with AIM, St. Joseph's University and Mastery Charter Schools to strengthen teacher training in the science of reading. Read the blog post here.