Whether you are working in private practice as an Orton-Gillingham tutor or working with students in a classroom or school setting, sharing information about a student’s progress is an important part of our work. When it comes to learning to read, a child’s progress is as individual as the Orton-Gillingham lesson plans themselves. While you can’t click on an icon and get an instant progress report, there are some tips that can make this task a bit less overwhelming.
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