The Slingerland® Institute for Literacy was founded in 1977 by Beth Slingerland as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit educational organization. Its function is to provide teacher training using the Slingerland® Multisensory Approach. This methodology is a simultaneous, multisensory, structured approach for teaching language arts to dyslexic students in the classroom.
The Slingerland® Approach is a classroom adaptation of the Orton-Gillingham method. Since 1960, thousands of teachers throughout the United States, and in Canada, Australia, and the Philippines have received Slingerland training. Time and again, research has shown the effectiveness of the Slingerland® Multisensory Structured Language Approach (MSL) in helping children and adults with specific language disability learn how to read, spell and write
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Your 2014 tax deductible donation will help us endow teachers with the tools to reach children who need special help. The Slingerland® Approach is the way that teachers can deliver the gift of reading.
Thanks to you, masterful teachers will have the tools to open the door to all learners.
The Slingerland® Institute for Literacy is a non-profit organization that trains teachers to instruct students struggling with reading, writing and spelling skills. The Slingerland® Approach teaches oral and written language skills in the classroom to all types of learners, especially those with dyslexia. The Slingerland® Multisensory Structured Language Teacher Training Course is accredited at the Teaching and Instructor of Teaching levels by the International Multisensory Structured Language Educational Council (IMSLEC).
Time and again, research has shown the effectiveness of the Slingerland® Multisensory Structured Language Approach (MSL) in helping children and adults with specific language disability learn how to read, spell and write. And because we train classroom teachers, each Slingerland-certified teacher can help up to 30 children each and every year. Since 1960, we have trained more than 16,000 teachers, who have helped over 3.5 million children.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Slingerland® Institute is to provide teacher training in the Slingerland® Approach – opening educational opportunities for all learners, especially those with dyslexia.
Implementation Guide Level A. A Guide designed to assist teachers who have completed the comprehensive course in the Slingerland® Approach to Language Arts. Available in three different formats. Learn more…