Colleges & Universities


Teacher Training in Colleges & Universities

Niemanville provides a thirty hour Classroom Educator training to teachers who are already working in classrooms as well as those preparing for a degree in Education. The purpose of this class is to teach basic phonetic concepts as well as aspects of the language to help teachers provide background information, patterns, and rules students may use every day within the classroom. Their students may be in regular education classes and/or special education classes. Teachers may also pursue Associate Level Training after completing their coursework at the Classroom Educator Level. This level is dedicated to vocabulary, Latin affixes, writing skills, and formal and informal testing. After being accepted by the Orton-Gillingham Academy at the Associate Level, trainees may seek training and accreditation at the Certified Level. This level requires 100 more hours of coursework as well as 200 more hours of practicum.

*Please note an additional fee is required for those pursuing a practicum and Academy accreditation.

  • Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY
  • LIU, Brooklyn, NY
  • Fordham University, New York, NY
  • Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama
  • The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA