Tag Archives: structured language

Last chance to register for O-G Associate training fall-winter 2016-17

Do you want to LEARN how to:                                                                                         – reach struggling readers and writers with evidence-based instruction?                                  – use multi-sensory structured language activities to enrich your teaching? – understand the structure of the English language so that you can teach it … Continue reading

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O-G Associate level Summer 2016 training – Toronto, Canada – registration open!

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Limited spaces available. ASSOCIATE summer 2016 INTENSIVE session: Monday-Friday: July 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 – 2016 (inclusive) Monday-Wednesday: July 18, 19, 20 – 2016 (inclusive) TIME: 9:00-5:00 Learn how to reach your struggling readers and … Continue reading

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NEW – Summer 2014 Associate Level O-G Training

A new Orton-Gillingham Associate level Training session is being offered this summer. Learn how to reach your struggling readers and writers with research-based practice. Appropriate for early intervention and remediation as well as general classroom. Location:  Toronto, Ontario Register now to reserve … Continue reading

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Layers of the English language

In a recent article published in IDA’s Examiner, Gina Cooke (founder of LEX: Linguistic-Educator Exchange) discusses how her approach to teaching language structure changed after working with WordWorks and Real Spelling and wonders if it is still considered “O-G”.  I too … Continue reading

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