Speaking At ONBIDA’s 12th Annual Literacy And Learning Conference, “Early Identification And Intervention Strategies




Liisa’s presentation, “What Makes O-G, O-G?”, focused on going beyond labels to understand WHAT practices and skills most benefit ALL students and are especially important for those who struggle with dyslexia. 

The term “Orton-Gillingham” is widely used by different people to mean different things, even by those familiar with its history.  What are the underlying principles of the O-G approach, and how might current research and evolving understanding of the structure of the English language impact practices?

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