Pathways to Structured Literacy: The Orton-Gillingham Approach
June 29, 2021
Entire Course is Taken Online
Completion of Pathways to Proficient Reading Is Required Before Enrolling in this Course
- Continues to strengthen educators’ knowledge and understanding of the science of reading by providing multiple opportunities to apply this knowledge to classroom instruction.
- The content of the course is Orton-Gillingham based and includes the option to complete the online course work, virtual-community-of-practice sessions, and a practicum.
- Contains a VAST resource library of videos, articles and exercises for educators to use in their practice. Read Course Syllabus Here
- Participants who complete the practicum will be eligible to sit for the KPEERI exam which can lead to certification as a Certified Structured Literacy Teacher.
- Includes 9-Sections
- 4 Synchronous Virtual Community of Practice Sessions with an AIM facilitator
- Pacing Guide/Schedule for Course Work
- Aligned to the IDA's Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading (KPS)
Pathways to Structured Literacy and Teaching Level Orton-Gillingham Practicum
In addition to the full online Pathways to Structured Literacy Course, individuals enrolling in the course and Teaching Level Orton-Gillingham Practicum receive:
- 15 hours of coursework (virtual and in-person)
- Required readings with written summaries
- 60 supervised contact hours with student(s) and submission of lesson plans, student profile(s), and other required documentation
- 5 observational feedback meetings
- 14 virtual implementation meetings
- Comprehensive exam
Prerequisite: Completion of Pathways to Proficient Reading
Book Required: Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language Skills (4th Edition). Purchase Here