In seeking training, IDA Southwest suggests that individuals read the IDA Matrix of Multisensory Language Education approaches (see sidebar). As that publication states, “Some [approaches] are designed for whole class instruction and are used preventatively to keep children from experiencing academic failure (tier one). Some are designed for small group intervention (tier two). And some provide more intensive instruction and are favored by clinicians who work with students with severe reading disabilities.”
Always inquire about the depth of training you will be receiving and its appropriateness for various teaching situations. Don’t hesitate to ask for the names of graduates from a particular training center so that you can further inform yourself.
Multisensory Language Training Institute of New Mexico (MLTI-NM)
- Accredited by IMSLEC, the International Multisensory Language Education Council.
- Offering teacher and therapist training programs. The two-week Introductory class is offered each year in June and in Albuquerque. Any administrator or teacher interested in MLTI-NM training outside the Albuquerque area, should call the number below.
- Director: Sandra Dillon 3915 Carlisle, NE Albuquerque, NM 87107 (505) 881-0026, or visit www.mlti-nm.com.
- June 5-16 Introductory class is now in session. 505-881-0026 and leave a message. An instructor will get back to you.
The Liberty School, Durango, Colorado
- Offering Beginning and Advanced Courses in the Orton-Gillingham Approach at The Liberty School, 215 E. 12th Avenue, Durango.
- Contact Joyce Bilgrav at 970-385-7713, (cell) 720-980-4805
Scottish Rite Masonic Children’s Learning Center
- Offering teacher training and direct language services for children.
- Contact Director Judy Carter at 575-532-7171
- 195 East Boutz Road, Las Cruces, NM 88005-3244
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