ADA Accredited Training Provider
"Programs don't teach, teacher's teach" Louisa Moats (IDA)
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September 25th-29th OPEN: Coffs Harbour, NSW at Bishop-Druitt College
ADA accredited MSL training is open to relevant professionals with an approved Bachelor degree or equivalent as well as teacher aides. Committed and motivated parents and individuals may apply. Approval for enrolment is subject to approval by the IMSLE Training Committee.
The ADA receives enquiries everyday for Orton Gillingham MSL based professionals in schools and private practice so it is vital that we continue to train professionals to meet the demand. IMSLE have been successfully training professionals and parents since 2007. To find out more about research based Orton Gillingham/Multisensory Structured teaching approaches and training, please see the website: www.multisensoryeducation.net.au
Have your school host a training course and save on a course fee for a teacher at your school.
All IMSLE professional development training courses are ADA accredited and meet the rigorous standards set down by the ADA and IMSLEC for effectively teaching individuals with dyslexia or a related difficulty.The ADA standards for Associate and Certified memberships are in line with International accreditiation private boards such as: IMSLEC,ALTA,BDA and AOGPE. These standards also reflect the International Dyslexia Association's aims on teacher education (ADA Global Partner). The ADA's accreditation program is open to all MSL approaches that meet the ADA's by-laws for Associate or Certified membership. Accredited MSL members of the ADA are known as "AMADA's (Accredited Member of the ADA).
The Institute for Multisensory Language Education is responsible for training teachers how to directly and explicitly teach all students to read and spell. The MSL approach is a pedagogy and not another program. Each MSL course (beginning with Associate) builds upon the preceeding one enabling a teacher to gain a theoretical understanding in the development of language and the skills required to effectively teach reading and spelling. Theory is based on a cognitive and linguistic framework. Reading and language research is drawn from cognitve science,psychology,linguistics and education. Research includes the work of: Stanovich, Galaburda, Sherman, Reid, Nation & Snowling, Coltheart, Lyon, Adams, Byrne, Fielding-Barnsley,Catts and Kamhi, McClelland,Kohnen, Riddick, Passe, Torgessen, Hanbury-King,Foorman, Louisa Moats, Montessori, Keller, Fernald, Orton and Gillingham.
Please visit www.multisensoryeducation.net.au