2023 Summer Orton Gillingham Training:
Monday, July 10, 2023 - Thursday, August 17, 2023*
(Application Deadline - June 19, 2023)
This condensed course offers:
- Coursework: 60 hours – synchronous online through OGRS.
- Practicum: Up to 60 hours – synchronous online through OGRS.
To be considered for any program, please email a resume and letter of interest to email@example.com.
We will contact you to set up an interview.
|Monday - Thursday||Monday, July 8, 2024 - Thursday, August 15, 2024||9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CENTRAL||Practicum|
|12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. CENTRAL||Lecture|
2023 Summer Coursework
- Principles of effective instruction
- Dyslexia and other learning disabilities
- Pre-reading skills intervention including phonological awareness and phonemic awareness
- Intro to the structure and history of the English language
- Intro to phonology
- Teaching language structure using seminal OG works including Rome and Osman’s Language Tool Kit.
- Multisensory techniques
- Beginning affixes
- Syllables and syllabication
- Endings rules for suffixes
- Metacognitive thinking/Socratic questioning
- Teaching handwriting
- Writing decodable text
- Administering screening and progress monitoring measures
- Documenting student progress
- Course INCLUDES practicum with our students – no need to find your own students.
- In our Extended Practicum Program, you have the option to earn additional supervised practicum hours.
- Small training group, highly individualized.
- No travel is necessary to attend the training.
- Access to a wide variety of high-quality teaching materials.
- Direct mentoring and in-depth training by a Fellow of Orton Gillingham Academy (formerly AOGPE).
- Rigorous curriculum with a focus on mastery and competency of skills.
- Optional graduate credits are available through Baker University.
Tuition and Materials
$4,000* – Lecture and Practicum
$50 (approx.) – Materials:
- Language Tool Kit, by Paula D. Rome and Jean S. Osman
$500 non-refundable deposit is due upon acceptance. Balance of tuition due two weeks prior to the start of the selected Cohort.
*SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS.
Minimum technology requirements for OGRS online lecture and practicum include:
- A desktop or laptop computer with a camera and microphone, capable of supporting Zoom, Dropbox, etc. (No Chromebooks - they don't work well with Zoom and no IPads or Notebooks - too small)
- Please review the technology requirements for a Zoom session.
- High-speed, reliable internet service
- Over-the-ear headphones, with a noise-canceling microphone
To be considered for this program, please email a resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you for an interview.