Yale Child Study Center (formerly Haskins Laboratories)- Predicting Literacy Outcomes in Schools
Researcher–practitioner partnerships and in-school laboratories facilitate translational research in reading, Journal of Research in Reading - April 2022
- Rapid Online Assessment of Reading (ROAR) - an ongoing academic research project and online platform for assessing foundational reading skills developed by Jason Yeatman, Ph.D., an assistant professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Education (GSE) and the School of Medicine. Working to develop assessments that can efficiently and accurately reflect the abilities of students with Language-Based Learning Disabilities/Differences.
Middle State Tennessee University
- Testing the impact of online training in areas of reading instruction on educator knowledge - Reading and Writing, June 2021
- AIM Vocabulary Study (2016 - Present)
Florida Center for Reading Research
- Variable Vowel Collaborative (2016 - Present) a partnership between the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR), Haskins Laboratories and the University of Connecticut. AIM was the first school participant in this research
- Exploring the role of knowledge in predicting reading and listening comprehension in fifth grade students - August 2022
- Project Wordy (2019 - Present)
Georgia State University - AIM Works (2018)
- Florida Center for Reading Research
- Yale Child Study Center (formerly Haskins Laboratories)
- Haskins Global Literacy Hub
- Middle State Tennessee University
- Stanford University
- The Dyslexia Foundation
- Variable Vowel Collaborative
Training and Community Partners
- AIM Institute is an active partner of Philadelphia's Read by 4th coalition and has provided teacher training to schools and school districts around the country.
- AIM Institute also offers Graduate Credits with Arcadia University upon completion of AIM Pathway courses.
- Each year AIM Academy welcomes Teacher Scholars, special education graduate students at St. Joseph's University, to the faculty. These young educators learn to implement AIM's Integrated Literacy Model in the classroom as they complete their master's degree.