Susie Goes To Australia!

Susie's qualifications as a Fellow in the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators puts her in a rare group of fewer than 200 professionals worldwide. This high level of expertise makes her a sought-after trainer for teachers and tutors looking to develop their own expertise in Orton-Gilligham and multisensory methods. Next month, Susie will bring her skills and experience "down under" with a 10-day Associate Level training in Mount Waverley, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, February 5-15, thanks to our tutor and camp mom, Renya Seelig.  "Susie's knowledge and experience in Orton-Gillingham and multisensory education will be invaluable to those training with her," says Seelig. "Her 30 years of expertise will allow the trainees to gain a deeper understanding of how O-G can impact on the learning of children and adults with dyslexia. Susie’s course will allow those attending the training to walk a way with an in-depth knowledge of all of the specific elements of Orton-Gillingham, best practices of implementing Orton-Gillingham, role play lessons and the opportunity to ask unlimited questions of how best to apply their new knowledge in both one to one settings and classroom settings." Do you know anyone in Australia who would benefit from this training? Please contact us for more information and for details on how to register. This promises to be an amazing opportunity to share knowledge and skills across cultures and for those who care about dyslexia and education to learn from each other and create community across international lines! 

Susie's qualifications as a Fellow in the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators puts her in a rare group of fewer than 200 professionals worldwide. This high level of expertise makes her a sought-after trainer for teachers and tutors looking to develop their own expertise in Orton-Gilligham and multisensory methods. Next month, Susie will bring her skills and experience "down under" with a 10-day Associate Level training in Mount Waverley, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, February 5-15, thanks to our tutor and camp mom, Renya Seelig. 

"Susie's knowledge and experience in Orton-Gillingham and multisensory education will be invaluable to those training with her," says Seelig. "Her 30 years of expertise will allow the trainees to gain a deeper understanding of how O-G can impact on the learning of children and adults with dyslexia. Susie’s course will allow those attending the training to walk a way with an in-depth knowledge of all of the specific elements of Orton-Gillingham, best practices of implementing Orton-Gillingham, role play lessons and the opportunity to ask unlimited questions of how best to apply their new knowledge in both one to one settings and classroom settings."

Do you know anyone in Australia who would benefit from this training? Please contact us for more information and for details on how to register. This promises to be an amazing opportunity to share knowledge and skills across cultures and for those who care about dyslexia and education to learn from each other and create community across international lines!