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Orton-Gillingham Practitioner Certification

Training by a Fellow & Certification through the Academy

The Orton-Gillingham Academy (OGA) is an accrediting and certifying body dedicated to upholding the highest professional and ethical standards for the practice of the Orton-Gillingham (OG) Approach for the treatment of dyslexia. OG is an approach that prepares the practitioner to individualize instruction to meet the specific needs of each learner.

One of the primary ways the Academy pursues its mission is through a practitioner Certification Program validating rigorous training standards set forth by the Academy. Upon completion of Academy training with a Fellow, an applicant submits specific credentials and documentation that are reviewed against these criteria and standards set by the Academy at four different levels of certification: 

  1. Orton-Gillingham Classroom Educator Level, OGCE/OGA is qualified to apply the principles of the OG Approach to modify and provide literacy instruction for the classroom or small groups.
  1. Associate Level, A/OGA, Option A member is qualified to provide 1:1 OG instruction under the mentorship of an Academy Fellow. The Associate B member is qualified to provide 1:1 and small group instruction under the mentorship of an Academy Fellow.
  1. Certified Level, C/OGAmembers are independent practitioners qualified to teach/tutor individuals and teach small groups using the OG Approach.
  1. Fellow Level, F/OGA members are independent practitioners qualified to train and supervise other professionals in the OG Approach. They are also qualified to tutor individuals, and provide literacy instruction for the classroom and small groups.

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These four levels represent a continuum of increasing training, experience, and professional competency.

Orton-Gillingham Training includes:

  • The nature of the dyslexic learner
  • Understanding the neurobiology of reading
  • Understanding of reading development from decoding to reading for knowledge
  • The OG Approach: principles and knowledge of lesson plan design
  • Knowledge of the history and structure of the language
  • Knowledge of the basic assessment measures
  • Intensive supervised practicum

In addition to these Individual Certifications, there is aSubscriber membership available to individuals who have taken a basic introduction to the Orton-Gillingham Approach. The Subscriber member is not a certified member, but rather an informed consumer.

Link to Online Subscriber Course

The Academy provides an objective and professional assessment of individual training through a Certifying Committee made up of well-trained and highly experienced Orton-Gillingham Fellows.

Training by a Fellow

Academy training relies on coursework and practicum delivered by an Academy Fellow. Fellows are certified by OGA as independent practitioners to deliver the Academy curriculum. Because the training is done by Fellows, the Academy does not train, it only certifies and accredits, eliminating the conflict of interest where training and certification is done by the same organization.

Why get OG training by a Fellow and Certification through OGA?

The Academy has deep roots. It was established by its Founding Fellows, who were either trained directly by Dr. Samuel Orton,  Anna Gillingham, Bessie Stillman, June Lyday Orton, Paula Rome or other individuals trained by the previously mentioned individuals. The Academy trains people to use the Orton-Gillingham Approach with students of any age—pre-k through adult. We do not follow a set scope and sequence. What is important is that the teacher/tutor understand how to use and implement the OG teaching techniques and procedures. It involves how to teach/remediate all areas of literacy, not just reading and spelling and to provide this instruction one-on-one, in a classroom, or with any size group. We provide not only the knowledge-base with our coursework but also the practical experience and support learning how to apply the knowledge-base.

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Sours: https://www.ortonacademy.org/training-certification/individual-certification/

Our Orton Gillingham Comprehensive course work is based on Orton Gillingham principles. This Basic Language Course (Level 1) is all-inclusive and will send you on your way to teach foundational literacy skills using this amazing, evidence-based approach.

After completion of the Orton Gillingham comprehensive course requirements, the academy will award participants with a certificate of completion.

An outline of the modules included in the Basic Language Level 1 course are as follows:

  • Introduction & Welcome
  • Basic Language Pretest
  • Introduction to Dyslexia
  • Overview of the Orton Gillingham Approach
  • Overview of the Orton Gillingham Lesson Plan
  • Phonological and Phonemic Awareness
  • Initial Assessments & Lesson Plans
  • Orton Gillingham Visual Drill
  • Orton Gillingham Auditory Drill
  • Orton Gillingham Blending Drill
  • Introduction of a New Phonogram
  • Basic Language Scope and Sequence Assignment
  • Orton Gillingham Spelling
  • Spelling Patterns & Rules
  • Orton Gillingham Reading
  • Non-phonetic Sight Words (Red Words)
  • Basic Language Lesson Plan Assignment
  • Basic Language Midterm
  • Syllabication
  • Final Exam
  • Video Observation Assignment

The course comes with all necessary materials in PDF & video format.

Course materials shipped to your home:

  • Language Tool Kit (phonogram deck & manual – shipped to your home or school)

Course materials in PDF format:

  • Course Manual
  • Informal Coding Assessment for progress monitoring
  • Complete Lesson Plan Package/Practitioner’s Notebook (word lists, passages, comprehension questions, & sentences for dictation)
  • Pre-reader Lesson Plan Package 
  • Student Workbooks to house student work
  • Visual Aids

View our Orton Gillingham Level 1 training brochure below. 

  1. Is there a time limit or requirement for this course?

No, the online course does not have a time limit or requirement. The courses are self-paced and can be completed at a time that works best for you.

There are no “start dates,” as you can sign up and begin at any time. You can complete the course requirements on your own time, and submit them at a pace that works for you.

After purchasing the course, you will have unlimited access to the course content, and will be able to circle back to retake the course anytime.

*NOTE: Having said this, I would allot 30-40 hours to complete the course.

  1. Will I need to buy additional books for this course?

No, the course is all-inclusive and comes with all necessary materials to deliver successful Orton Gillingham lessons. The Teacher’s Manual, Practitioner’s Notebook, Student Workbooks, and Informal Coding Assessment are available in PDF format to be downloaded (and printed if desired).

  1. What if I do not want to print my own materials? What if I would like bound books shipped to me?

We do offer hard copies of the course materials (Teacher’s Manual, Practitioner’s Notebook, Student Workbooks, and Informal Coding Assessment) for an additional $150. If you would like hard copies of the course materials shipped to your home, you can send a request to [email protected] along with your address form after you have enrolled in the course.

  1. When I complete the course, will I receive a certificate of completion? If so, what will the certificate say?

Yes, you will receive a Certificate of Completion that will state that you have completed a 30-Hour Basic Language (Level 1) Orton Gillingham Course. You may work with students using the knowledge that you have gleaned from the course.

  1. Will I be considered a “Certified” Orton Gillingham Practitioner after completing the Level 1 Basic Language Course?

To gain the title of a “Certified” Orton Gillingham Practitioner, you would need to complete the practicum extension (in which you will have the opportunity to work with a supervisor and build a portfolio). You would also receive a letter of recommendation from your supervisor upon completion of the practicum extension hours. The Level 1 Basic Language Course is a prerequisite to the Practicum Extension.

  1. Do you offer graduate professional development credit hours for this course?

Yes, when all required assignments are submitted and passed, you may register for 2 graduate professional development credit hours.

  1. I teach in a classroom. Is there whole group application for this course?

Yes, the course includes whole group instruction application and demonstration videos. In the appendix of the course, we have provided PowerPoint presentations for the lessons that can be used when presenting the lessons to a group or class. 

  1. Why do I have to create a username and password for Moodle before I can enroll?

The login information that you create in Moodle is intended to protect your personal information, and give you access to information about our coursework. When you create a username and password, you are not obligated to purchase anything, but you can view the courses, webinars, and other resources that we offer on our online course platform.

  1. What happens if I forget my username and password?

If you forget your login information, you can follow the link that states “Forgotten your username or password?” This link will take you to a page in which you can type your username or email address. Once your account is located, you can then reset your password.

Sours: https://ortongillinghamonlinetutor.com/training/basic-language-course-level-1/
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Orton-Gillingham Level 1: Associate Level Coursework

The Orton-Gillingham Associate Level course provides participants with instruction in the basics of the Orton Gillingham approach. The Orton-Gillingham Approach is a systematic, multisensory and diagnostic-prescriptive approach to teaching the continuum of language skills including phonological awareness, decoding, spelling, morphology, and handwriting. The course includes instruction in identifying the characteristics and needs of the learner with dyslexia, outlining the principles of multisensory structured teaching, unpacking the structure of the English language, and designing and implementing lessons. O-G is highly effective for teaching students with dyslexia as well as other individuals who need explicit instruction in the basic skills of language. This course offers the first 42 hours of the 60-hour requirement of the Orton-Gillingham Academy for certification at the Associate Level. The instructor is a Fellow of the Orton-Gillingham Academy.

7 days, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Fees: $1,500.00, includes teaching manual and phonogram cards (non-refundable deposit: $300.00)

63 PDPs

Optional 3 graduate credits through Fitchburg State University (additional $295 payable through the instructor). Outside research is required for this option.


Orton-Gillingham Level 1: Associate Level Practicum and Fieldwork

This option is ideal for all teachers but particularly those working in Tier 2 and Tier 3 positions. The Orton-Gillingham Associate level practicum provides teachers with the opportunity to apply the principles of O-G instruction to working 1:1 with a student at their own school site. The participant will design and teach 100 lessons under the supervision of a Fellow of the Orton-Gillingham Academy. This practicum experience requires a minimum commitment of 8 consecutive months, during which the participant will receive 10 formal observations from the Fellow. The participant also will attend 18 hours of ongoing remote evening seminars during the school year and complete the required assigned readings. This additional training time will round out the 60 hours of required coursework. When the practicum hours, observations, seminars, and required readings are completed, participants will have met the requirements of the Orton Gillingham Academy for certification at the Associate Level of membership. The instructors are Fellows of the Orton-Gillingham Academy.

Prerequisite: Participants must have completed the Orton-Gillingham Level I course within the last two years. Enrollment is ongoing. Please call for more information.

Fees: $3,250.00. For those teachers who are self-funding their practicum, this fee may be paid in 10 installments over the span of one year.

118 PDPs

Optional 3 graduate credits through Fitchburg State University (additional $295 payable through the instructor).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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