Learning Latin has become a breeze for some of the inmates in the Wyoming Department of Corrections, thanks to the Orton-Gillingham methodology the educational staff has implemented into the curriculum.

Orton-Gillingham is a structured, phonics-based multi-sensory approach to teaching students to read.

 

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It’s National Drop Everything and Read Day, So Here’s a Great Book List

Wednesday is National Drop Everything and Read (D.E.A.R.) Day, which is celebrated on legendary children’s book author Beverly Cleary’s birthday. Cleary, who turns 101 on Wednesday, has sold more than 90 million copies of her dozens of published books. In…
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You Sent These Awesome Photos And Videos Showing IMSE’s OG At Work

At the Journal, we love getting feedback from our thousands of Twitter followers. Check out some of the great photography and videography our community shared with us through Twitter. And please continue to send photos and videos our way to…
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Every Student Succeeds Act

The Journal takes an in-depth look at ESSA—the Every Student Succeeds Act, signed into law by President Obama in 2015. The…
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IMSE Certification in Action: Stephanie Sawhney

The Journal talks to veteran teacher, Stephanie Sawhney, about her experience taking IMSE’s Comprehensive Training and Practicum. While many educators conduct…
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Parent Perspectives: Shannon Chamberlin

Chase Chamberlin has reaped the benefits of IMSE’s OG. The Journal talks to his mother, Shannon, to learn more about his…
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Differentiation with Interactive OG Makes All the Difference

Today, teachers face a diverse classroom of students with a wide variety of abilities, experiences and backgrounds. With that diversity,…
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Research Beat: Reading On Screens Changes How We Think

Researchers from Dartmouth and Carnegie Mellon have published the results of their study into the effects of digital reading on comprehension.
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Profiles in Teaching: Stacey and Lillian

OG isn’t just for children! Adult ESL learners like Lillian Faranso with the help of her tutor, Stacey Peper, are…
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Working Together: The IMSE-Learning Ally Partnership

Together, IMSE and Learning Ally bring qualified Orton-Gillingham instruction to educators and their students across the country. Learn more about…
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Orton-Gillingham in the General Education Classroom

Many school districts are unlocking the power of Orton-Gillingham reading instruction—and not just in remedial or one-on-one settings, but in their…
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Because You Can’t, You Won’t and You Don’t Stop: Hip-hop in the Classroom

Students and teachers are using Hip-hop as a dynamic, fun and innovative way to boost reading confidence and increase vocabulary.
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Guest Column: Books for a First Year Teacher

IMSE’s own Allison Pajor knows what it’s like to be a first year teacher—the excitement, the pressure. She led classrooms for five…
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Building Better Readers: Lori Oczkus and Reciprocal Teaching

Reciprocal Teaching is a powerful reading strategy that supercharges students’ comprehension and engagement with their reading.  Watch our interview with Lori…
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IMSE Certification in Action: Lori Mikulka

The Journal catches up with veteran teacher Lori Mikulka who recently completed IMSE’s 45 Hour Practicum.  Watch our interview with…
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Video Q&A with Elisheva Schwartz, creator of The Dyslexia Quest podcast

Elisheva Schwartz is the host and creator of The Dyslexia Quest podcast, a dynamic collection of interviews with writers, researchers…
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Book Trading Sites

Hop on these handy web sites to trade in your old books for some new titles for your summer reading list!
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Reading in the Digital Age

With the nearly-universal availability of the internet, reading has changed dramatically in the last twenty-plus years to become a non-linear, multimedia-rich…
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Winning with IMSE: Hamilton City Schools

The partnership between IMSE and Hamilton City Schools in Ohio has brought amazing results in reading for children in grades…
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LDA Sounds Alarm for Children’s Futures in Flint Water Crisis

In the wake of Flint, Michigan’s water crisis endangering the lives and health of thousands of children, the Learning Disabilities…
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Make Learning Fun with Word Games

Stave off the winter blahs and engage your learners with some fast-paced (and addictive) word games! These games focus on word…
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IMSE Certification in Action: Melissa and Sunny Young

The Journal talks to Melissa Young, who just received her Level 1 Comprehensive Certification with IMSE. Watch our interview with Melissa…
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Research Beat: Read to Babies Now for Better Literacy Skills Later

Researchers at the University of Iowa are examining the role reading plays in helping infants develop language skills.
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Start a Children’s Book Club!

Just as they are for adults, book clubs can be a great way to get children together to read and…
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Get Students Writing on the Right Path!

For years, writing has been the most neglected of the ‘3 R’s.’ At the same time, educators know it’s never too…
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Q&A With Deborah Lynam, Parent Member of Decoding Dyslexia-New Jersey

The IMSE Journal talks to Deborah Lynam, a founding member of Decoding Dyslexia. Deborah is also the Director of Partnerships &…
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Q&A With Dr. Louisa Moats

The IMSE Journal talks to Dr. Louisa Moats, founder of LETRS and co-author of ‘Straight Talk About Reading,’ and ‘Parenting…
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Q&A with Dr. Marcia Henry

The IMSE Journal talks to one of the country’s leading experts on reading instruction and dyslexia, Dr. Marcia Henry.
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It’s World Penguin Day. Celebrate With These Super Cool Books

It’s World Penguin Day, which coincides with the annual march to the sea by the penguins in Antarctica. Check out…
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