Orton-Gillingham Training

 

Registration is now open for our 2021 Tutor Training Courses

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Courses Offered

June 14, 16, 21, 23, 28: Classroom Educator
40 hours of coursework delivered via Zoom.

June 25, 29, 30, and July 1, 2: Classroom Educator
40 hours of coursework delivered via Zoom.

July 12 to 15 and July 19 to 22: Associate Level
64 hours of coursework delivered via Zoom.

August 3 to 6 and August 9 to 12: Associate Level
64 hours of coursework delivered via Zoom.

Weekends: May 8 and 22, June 12 and 26, July 10 and 14, and August 21 and 28: Associate Level
64 hours of coursework delivered via Zoom.

Please note that the classes run from 8:30am to 4:30pm Eastern Time (EDT).
All course content is delivered via Zoom.

Costs:
Classroom Educator – $1,080
Associate Level – $1,920
Practicum Observations – $240 per observation

 

College credit may be available through the University of the Pacific. Please inquire for more information.

REGISTER TODAY!  

 

Blosser Center Recommended Reading List:
Reading List 2020

 

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Considering Training?

As part of The Blosser Center’s mission, we provide training for individuals interested and dedicated to becoming certified in the Orton-Gillingham tutoring approach. The Blosser Center is certified by the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators as a training center, and all courses are taught by an Academy Accredited Training Fellow. We are also accredited by the International Dyslexia Association.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Some Reviews of our Training Program:

“Fantastic comprehensive training on a multi-sensory approach to teaching skill deficits for not only dyslexic students, but all students.”
-Kari Willcuts, Ewing Young Elementary School, Newberg OR

“This training was the most helpful and applicable professional development that I have done in many years!”
-Megan Holcomb, Park Academy, Lake Oswego OR

“Every bit was valuable- nothing that was a waste of time, so refreshing and exciting! I can hardly wait to try it!”
-Wendy Garland, Chehalem Valley Middle School, Newberg OR

“The depth of knowledge of the instructors was fantastic.”
-Lari Whitbeck, Fossil Elementary School, Fossil OR

“The most helpful part of the training was going over the brain research and understanding how a Dyslexic’s brain is set up differently, and practicing lesson plans.”
-Katie Butterfield, Wallowa School District, Wallowa OR