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AIM Pathways received a Reimagine Education Gold Award in the Science of Learning category at the December 2020 conference. We are honored that our evidence-based program has received this important recognition and look forward to sharing more results from our Pathways participants as they take the science of reading into classrooms and schools.

 

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AIM Pathways is proud to be approved and recommended to educators by The Reading League.

NEW COURSE - Pathways to Proficient Writing

AIM's 4th course on our AIM Pathways professional learning platform launched in June 2021.

Participants will learn effective instructional practices that will benefit all students, including linguistically diverse populations and those with or at risk for language-based learning disabilities. Pathways to Proficient Writing is designed for educators that are committed to learning about the connection between writing research, theoretical models such as the Not-So-Simple View of Writing and The Writing Cycle, and best practices for writing instruction in the classroom. 

Pathways to Proficient Writing

September 16 - December 16, 2021

Cost: $750

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Entire Course is Taken Online

 

Pathways to Proficient Writing

January 1 - April 11, 2022

Cost: $750

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Entire Course is Taken Online

 

Pathways to Proficient Writing

March 28 - June 14, 2022

Cost: $750

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RegisteR for March

Entire Course is Taken Online
Course Includes:
  • Online Orientation and optional Pre-Course Knowledge Inventory
  • 10-Section Pathways to Proficient Writing Course (See Detailed Syllabus)
  • 4 Virtual Community of Practice Sessions with an AIM facilitator
  • Pacing Guide/Schedule for Course Work
  • Course time - approximately 20 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
  • CEU Credits Available

Pathways to Proficient Writing is designed for educators that are committed to learning about the connection between writing research, theoretical models such as the Not-So-Simple View of Writing and The Writing Cycle, and best practices for writing instruction in the classroom. Participants will learn effective instructional practices that will benefit all students, including linguistically diverse populations and those with or at risk for language-based learning disabilities.

At the end of this professional development opportunity, you will be able to draw from your specialized knowledge of the processes and skills that comprise writing (including planning and organizing ideas, translating ideas, using transcription skills, and reviewing, revising, and editing) to increase your students’ writing proficiency.

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