The Organized Orton-Gillingham Teacher: Part 2


This is a featured image for a blog post about the organized Orton-Gillingham teacher. The title is on the left and on the right there is an image of a notebook and other supplies.

In part 1 of this series, we discussed modeling organization, as an organized Orton-Gillingham teacher, for our students both through our own organized space and in more explicit ways such as how to set up a dictation paper. Organization and executive functioning skills are frequent areas of difficulty for students with dyslexia. By implementing some organizational strategies with them during their Orton-Gillingham time, we can facilitate the carryover of organizational skills to other aspects of their school day.


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