OGA SUBSCRIBER LEVEL COURSEWORK

FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO SAID YOU WOULD LIKE more insight into the Orton-Gillingham Approach, but you’re not ready to commit to our 60-hour Associate Class, we have just the thing for you: Subscriber Sessions!

 

Our next session takes place takes place on Wednesday, Feb. 17 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The topic is ‘Spelling and Handwriting in the Orton-Gillingham lesson.’ We’ll focus on the activities found in an O-G Lesson that help our students learn how to spell and to learn cursive.

 

Get ready to join us, print out a few pages, and practice along with the group as we experience procedures and strategies together!

 

Reminder: Riverside parents and grandparents attend for free, so please come join us!

 

Please click here to register today

 

 

 

 

Please note: Sessions will be conducted remotely using the ‘Zoom’ platform. Login information will be sent in advance of each session.

 

The Subscriber Sessions are led by Riverside’s Fellows and Fellows-in-Training, Cynthia Davis, Leda Spencer, and Ann-Marie Lundmark. The sessions are FREE for Riverside parents. Attendance at all four sessions will qualify attendees to hold Subscriber Membership with the Academy (www.ortonacademy.org).

 

 

 

What are Subscriber Sessions?
Official Orton-Gillingham Academy Courses designed to provide insight into the nature of dyslexia and a basic understanding of the science, rationale, and structure behind the Orton-Gillingham (O-G) Approach.

 

Who should attend Subscriber Sessions?
Subscriber Sessions are recommended for parents of children with dyslexia, individuals with dyslexia, and school administrators, and professionals in related fields who wish to learn more about the O-G approach.

 

Do Subscriber Sessions Certify me?
Those who attend all four Subscriber Sessions will receive a Certificate of Completion which will enable them to become an Orton-Gillingham Academy Subscriber Member of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators. Subscriber sessions do not qualify or equip participants to use the O-G approach in an instructional setting.