IMSE Comprehensive Orton-Gillingham Plus Training is coming to Eastern Idaho!
Jul 25, 2022
Institute for Multi-Sensory Education (IMSE), an IDA (International Dyslexia Association) accredited program is coming to Eastern Idaho!
Join us for a full week of Evidence-Based, Multi-Sensory Instruction. Monday-Friday 8am-3:30pm.
Location: Idaho Falls, ID
Venue: Thunder Ridge High School, Idaho Falls
4941 E. First St.
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
A hands-on, personalized session that provides an understanding of IMSE’s enhanced Orton-Gillingham method and the tools necessary to apply it in the classroom. After participating in this training, teachers will be better able to assess, evaluate and teach children how to read, write, and spell proficiently.
Teachers will receive training with respect to:
*Multi-sensory strategies for reading, writing, and spelling
*Syllabication patterns for encoding / decoding
*Multi-sensory techniques for irregular words
*Student assessment techniques
*Guidelines for weekly lesson plans
*Asynchronous fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension
Materials Provided by IMSE:
*Training and Assessment Manual by the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education
*IMSE’s Comprehensive OG Plus Teacher’s Guides (K-2)
*Spelling Teacher’s Guide (3rd Grade Plus)
*Interventions for All: Phonological Awareness by Yvette Zgonc
*Syllable Division Word Book by the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education
*Phoneme/Grapheme Card Pack by the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education
*Syllable Division Posters by the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education
*Comprehensive OG Plus Practice Packet
*Sets 1-3 Decodable Readers (PDF)
*Asynchronous Fluency, Vocabulary, Comprehension webinar with digital practice packet
*IMSE Blending Board
*Procedural Routine Flip Chart
*Free trial IMSE’s Interactive OG 2.0
*Access to IMSE’s Resource Portal
This event is subject to a minimum of 25 registered attendees. In the event we do not sell 25 seats. IMSE will not be able to come to Idaho Falls and DDID will refund your money!
IMSE’s mission is to empower districts, schools, teachers, and parents to be agents of change toward equitable literacy instruction for all learners that is driven by research.