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Nov 17

Reversing Reversals

mbernard

The Orton Gillingham Online Academy is thrilled to once again have Lorna Wooldridge as our guest blogger on the topic of reversing reversals. Lorna has a unique perspective on this condition as she has Dyslexia herself.    Lorna Wooldridge   Lorna has a Bachelor of Education degree from Bath College of Higher Education in England, […]

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05
Nov 17

Multisensory Holiday

mbernard

We have put together a compilation of sensory activities that are sure to be a hit around the holidays. Our fun and engaging multisensory holiday collection is meant to enhance the Orton Gillingham lesson. Who wouldn’t love the delicious smells of gingerbread or sugar cookies, and if they can inspire learning at the same time, […]

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01
Oct 17

Strategies That Work Part 2

mbernard

Throughout this blog series, I will be writing my reflections on the book, “Strategies That Work: Teaching Comprehension for Understanding and Engagement” by Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis. I own the second edition; however, I recently purchased the third edition and I will peruse it as well. This blog post reflection is on Chapter Two: […]

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Sep 17

Strategies That Work: Reading is Thinking

mbernard

Throughout this blog series, I will be writing my reflections on the book, “Strategies That Work: Teaching Comprehension for Understanding and Engagement” by Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis.     We, at the Orton Gillingham Online Academy, are passionate about all aspects of reading. It is not only important to understand the alphabetic principle and […]

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May 17

Orton Gillingham Teaching Philosophy

mbernard

The Orton Gillingham teaching philosophy is the go-to remedial tool for those with Dyslexia and works beautifully for anyone learning the English language. Sadly, there are many misconceptions about the Orton Gillingham Approach. It is my hope that this article clears up some of those misconceptions, as well as provides you with a synopsis of our […]

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07
Feb 17

ADHD Resources

mbernard

We welcome Lorna Wooldridge, once again, as our guest blogger. Here, she shares with us her tried and true ADHD resources.   Lorna has a Bachelor of Education degree from Bath College of Higher Education in England, and holds a Certificate of Professional Practice from Roehampton Institute in London: “Teaching Children with Reading and Writing […]

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