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- ** One Full Year of Access to the OG Math Online Digital Program.You may take this course at your own pace and will have access to the site anytime!
- *A 60 minute personal mentoring session with an OG Math Ambassador will provide OG Math implementation tips and answer your questions. More information can be found here.
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OG Math Basic Concepts Training is Marilyn Wardrop’s, 6-week training course for new teachers, Orton-Gillingham practitioners, education assistants, administrators, learning support teachers, home-school instructors and parents.
Training videos release each week for six weeks once you enroll, but you have access to the course for one full year and can go at your own pace.
Marilyn takes you in-depth into:
Week 1: Discover the 12 reasons that math is so difficult for some students and learn the 3 steps that form the foundation of the OG Multisensory Math Approach, so you can start integrating OG Math ideas into your daily math lessons.
Week 2: Build full participation lessons. You will learn to bridge to the addition concept with new vocabulary and stories.
Connect important math words to basic math concepts. Activate math confidence with math lessons that guarantee your students’ success.
Discover how the Language of Math and math vocabulary impacts your students’ deep understanding and retention of math concepts and basic facts.
Week 3: How the OG Math Scope and Sequence facilitates a smooth transition from addition to subtraction and later on from multiplication to division. This answers how you can begin building a seamless connection to word problems.
How to build a seamless OG Math Lesson Plan. Now that you know the basic OG Math techniques, you'll learn the process to create a plan that guarantees your students full participation.
You will link new math ideas to those you have currently introduced to your students. You’ll learn the five parts to every OG Math lesson. You'll get the same step-by-step blueprint Marilyn has used with her students!
Week 4: How to develop a natural multisensory transition from addition to subtraction steps. Subtraction is often a stumbling block for students who struggle or those learning math for the first time. Not with OG Math!
Once you’ve mastered subtraction, we’ll take these concepts higher and into multi-digit addition and subtraction.
How one powerful strategy puts students at ease with word problems. You know how frustrating it can be to try and guide some students through word problems. Often it is you leading your student through the process because it is not automatic for the student – yet! Probably they don't know where to start. Most important of all, this step-by-step process is easy to teach and simple for students to practice independently or in groups.
Week 5: We take a look at advanced lesson planning and Dynamic Assessment with OG Academic Math. Once you know the OG Math Approach and methods, you will be ready to use them with OG Academic Math Assessments that pin-point specific areas of math difficulty, so you can be ready to address them.
Learn how to use OG Math Journals and Reflections with your students.
Week 6: How to teach multiplication and division the OG Math way!
Advance to 2 and 3 digit concepts with OG Math.
Next steps: How to make the most of your OG Math Training.
OG Math Ambassadors: How to use your personal Mentor.
In-class learning is still available from time to time.
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But not everyone can attend an in-class training.
So finally, for the first time ever, Marilyn has brought her OG Academic Math Approach to an E-Learning Course.
And it’s available worldwide!
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We want you to be successful. You're here looking for a way to help your students with math difficulties, so we know you are motivated to learn a new approach. Marilyn stands behind her OG Math courses.
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Marilyn Wardrop has been involved with teaching children with dyslexia and learning disabilities over 25 years. She has designed and taught Orton Gillingham Multisensory Math Training Courses which combine a unique approach to help teachers be successful teaching students who struggle to learn math or students learning math for the very first time.
OG Academic Math Training courses are designed to provide teachers, instructional support staff, Orton-Gillingham practitioners and parents with hands-on, interactive math training that leads to direct success with their math students.
Marilyn lives near Vancouver in Canada but has taught the OG Academic Math Approach to teachers and educational professionals from the USA, Canada and around the world from New York to Hong Kong and the Philippines, to Brazil and the Middle East how to apply OG Academic Math.
Marilyn is a Certified Dyslexia Therapist with the International Dyslexia Association. She was awarded The Dr. and Mrs. Carl L. Kline Award for Outstanding Service in the Field of Dyslexia presented by the International Dyslexia Association on Sept. 26, 2002.
Marilyn is a Founding Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Therapeutic Tutors (Orton-Gillingham) and Fellow of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators (USA).
In addition to being an international speaker and OG Academic Math instructor, Marilyn is the Owner and Executive Director of the Prospect Centre for Multisensory Learning (Orton-Gillingham) and author of the teachers’ resource – A Guide to Success with Math – based on the Orton Gillingham Approach for Literacy instruction.
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