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“The Pathways courses, instructors and platform are absolutely incredible. If you are looking to have your instruction grounded in the Science of Reading, take these courses." – Anna C.

AIM PathwaysTM is a unique, interactive digital teacher training platform designed to deliver research and evidence-based content in the science of reading. AIM Pathways courses are created by educators for educators in collaboration with top researchers. Our course work puts diagnostic and prescriptive tools at your fingertips with on-demand, mobile-friendly access and coaching support. Courses provide unique research-driven, IDA-accredited content that can transform instructional practice as well as literacy training specifically for school leaders.

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Pathways to Proficient Reading

Pathways to Literacy Leadership

Pathways to Proficient Writing

Pathways to Structured Literacy: The Orton-Gillingham Approach

 

Arcadia University offers three graduate credits with an additional cost for successful completion of any AIM Pathways course.

Arcadia Graduate Credits

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Imagine You Had The Tools to Teach Every Child How To Read

Interested in Using AIM Pathways for a Group of Educators in Your School, District or State?

AIM works directly with many state departments of education, schools and school districts to create specific course cohorts for teams to enroll in AIM Pathways courses together. Contact us for cohort pricing and explore a partnership for your school.

Discover ways to deliver high-quality and interactive literacy professional development based on the "Science of Reading" through the AIM Institute for Learning & Research's dynamic training platform for teachers and administrators. Learn how schools, districts, and state departments of education can use COVID relief funds to address learning gaps.

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AIM's professional development resources were recommended to districts and teachers in the National Council on Teacher Quality's Four Pillars to Reading Success Action Guide as tools to provide external supports for the classroom.