Use the Orton-Gillingham approach to help ALL students, but especially struggling readers, become better writers!
Two ways to attend: Online or in person at our Princeton, NJ headquarters. It will also be recorded for online replay.
Learn how to use the Orton-Gillingham approach to help your students dive deeper into the writing process! Both reading and writing involve constructing or composing meaning. Academy of Orton-Gillingham Fellow David Katz has put together an informative session to give you hands-on strategies that can easily be recreated into the elementary, middle school, and high school curriculum.Note: This course is not a certification course in Orton-Gillingham. It is a writing course helping you use the OG approach in the classroom.
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In-Person Training Location: Learning Ally, 20 Roszel Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540 (map)
LIVE Remote Access: via computer (session is recorded and will be available on-demand until January 1, 2017)
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David G. Katz, MAT, Educational Therapist
Fellow, Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators
Course manual by David Katz (in PDF format only)
Attendees are responsible for printing out course manual themselves, if desired.
Optional tools and reading materials will be recommended for additional purchase.
Learning Ally Member: $79 per person
Non-Member: $89 per person
Accepted Payments: Credit card or PO within 15 days of the course’s start date.
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Register for October 25, 2016 Session
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