Pathways to Literacy Leadership
Have Questions or Want to Start a Conversation about Small Group, School Cohort or Department of Education professional training opportunities?
- Online Orientation and optional Pre- and Post-Course Knowledge Inventory
- 10-Section Pathways to Literacy Leadership Course (See Detailed Syllabus)
- 4 Virtual Community of Practice Sessions with an AIM facilitator
- Pacing Guide/Schedule for Course Work
- Course time - approximately 30 hours
- 12 Months Access to the AIM Pathways platform so materials can be reviewed, applied and accessed in the classroom when needed
- Aligned to the IDA's Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading
- 36 hours available for CEUs.
Arcadia University offers three graduate credits with an additional cost for successful completion of the Pathways to Literacy Leadership Course and community of practice sessions on the AIM Pathways platform.
To register for an AIM Pathways course:
- Click the Registration button under your selected course.
- On the Catalog page, click on the Price/Shopping Cart button for your course to add the course to your cart.
- View your shopping cart to Proceed to Checkout where you will be prompted to create an account and complete your purchase.
- Once your purchase is complete, please ensure you have enrolled in all of the Virtual Community of Practice (synchronous coaching) sessions.
- For questions please reach out to Client Support.
AIM is thrilled to work with educators and education leaders around the country and honored that AIM Pathways courses are approved as quality professional development in more than 18 states.
Some of our state partners have chosen facilitated courses tailored to specific state requirements. If you are an educator or education leader in these states, please find details and course dates for state specific training below.
The AIM Institute has made it their mission to bridge the gap between research and practice. I have experienced firsthand what AIM has to offer school districts. AIM’s professional development, learning platforms, and virtual community of practices help build and foster teacher knowledge in the Science of Reading.
-Ernesto Ortiz, Principal, McDonald Elementary School, Centennial School District