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.
An annual literacy symposium where educators and researchers engage with each other at the important intersection of research and practice. Join us in person or online on 3/14/22.
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.
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The AIM Institute for Learning & Research is excited to announce that it is partnering with the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (NDDPI) and ND Regional Education Association (NDREA) to provide all North Dakota educators with access to professional development on the science of teaching reading to help all North Dakota students achieve proficiency in reading. The state's new NDSOR: Reaching All Learners course will include a custom collection of content from AIM Pathways literacy training courses.
AIM Institute is excited to announce three additions to our rapidly growing team of individuals committed to transforming literacy training for educators and schools.
Stephanie Stephens recently joined AIM as Director of Client Professional Development and AIM will welcome Dr. Megan Gierka as Senior Content Developer and Facilitator and Ernesto Ortiz Jr. as Senior Literacy Engagement Specialist in the near future.
Learn more about these individuals who will help AIM meet the growing demand for evidence-based literacy training for both administrators and teachers.
In 2018, AIM Academy became the first education partner in the Haskins Global Literacy Hub which seeks to improve literacy outcomes for at-risk children of all cultures and languages. This unique partnership featured the creation of an in-school EEG lab to support literacy research endeavors with AIM student volunteers. Last week, the Journal of Research in Reading published an article by Haskins Laboratories researchers and members of AIM’s team and Windward School about the promise of in-school partnerships for furthering neuroscience literacy research.
AIM is pleased to announce that it is the recipient of a generous $75,000 grant from the van Beuren Charitable Foundation for program facilitation, enhancements and scholarships for Rhode Island educators participating in our AIM Pathways teacher training courses.