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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Dr. Mark Seidenberg, author of the book Language at the Speed of Sight: How We Read, Why So Many Can't, and What Can Be Done About It, will be this year's recipient of the Hollis Scarborough Award at AIM's 8th annual Research to Practice Symposium on March 9.
The award, presented to and named after Reading Rope creator Dr. Hollis Scarborough for the first time last year, recognizes 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.
Upper Darby, PA - The Upper Darby School District has been gifted $10,000 from Wells Fargo to support the work the District is doing with the AIM Institute for Learning & Research’s AIM Pathways program. This gift, directly awarded to AIM and earmarked for the professional development opportunities in the District, will help fund the AIM Pathways to Proficient Reading course and accompanying coaching sessions for a cohort of early literacy teachers and leaders at the Kindergarten Center.
The AIM Institute for Learning & Research is pleased to announce an agreement with Arcadia University’s School of Education to offer three graduate credits to educators completing the AIM Pathways IDA-accredited Pathways to Proficient Reading course. The course offers comprehensive tools and support to teachers learning about the research-based methods needed to successfully teach children to read.
AIM's partnership with the Haskins Global Literacy Hub was the first education partnership for the organization of neuroscience researchers. AIM established its IGNITE Center EEG lab in its lab school in early 2019 and began working with Haskins Laboratories researchers on an in-school study examining Predicting Literacy Outcomes in Schools. Haskins researchers will share early results of the study at the IDA Conference in Portland.
In late October, the International Dyslexia Association's Examiner published an article written by Haskins Laboratories researchers and AIM educators describing the potential of research partnerships in greater detail. Read more here.