Teacher Training at Claremont School
Claremont School utilizes the Orton-Gillingham approach and Orton-Gillingham: Practical Linguistics Therapy. The Orton-Gillingham Approach was created by Dr. Samuel Torrey Orton, Anna Gillingham and Bessie Stillman in the 1930’s to remediate the difficulties associated with dyslexia. Read all about it here.
Orton-Gillingham: Practical Linguistics© Certification
Advanced Canadian accreditation is now available in the Orton-Gillingham Approach through The Canadian Dyslexia Society. In convenient one-day seminars, trainees will learn how to apply this approach and why it is considered the most effective remediation for students with dyslexia.
All courses are open to parents, educators, administrators and therapists. Certification requires university degree or equivalent. View course availability here.
Teacher training at Claremont School comes with the support of our Certified Teachers listed on our Candian Dyslexia Society site helping students find acredited teachers in their area. We have also created The Great Word House lesson plans. You can buy them right here on this site or find out more on The Great Word House site.
Claremont School is expanding!
Applications are invited for dedicated, well-qualified teachers who have a deep understanding of dyslexia and are passionate about helping this student community.