The curriculum used as the basis for tutoring and tutor training at all Children’s Dyslexia Centers integrates principles of two of the leading Orton-Gillingham approaches. The Orton-Gillingham approach, developed in the 1920’s, uses a sequential, multisensory phonetic approach. Thus, a variety of sensory data is used to help children understand the written word.
A learning style where ideas, concepts, data, and other information are associated with images and techniques[/one_third]
A learning style where a person learns through listening.[/one_third]
A learning style in which learning takes place by the student actually doing an activity that reinforces the concepts being taught.[/one_third_last]