Welcome To Evelyn Reiss Interview
Topic: USING PRACTICAL LINGUISTICS TO BREAK THE ALPHABETIC CODE
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About EVELYN REISS:
Evelyn Reiss is a writer, teacher, lecturer and editor. She has held several leadership positions, including founding executive member of the IDA (Ontario), lead teacher in a public elementary school, teacher-trainer and principal of The Claremont School. Evelyn founded Claremont for students with dyslexia. The school began with 6 students and now 7 years later has 60 students and a Reading Clinic. Claremont has an assessment center which carries out psycho-educational testing and dyslexia screening.
Evelyn Reiss certifies teachers in the Orton-Gillingham/multisensory-language approach for which she has coined the term Practical Linguistics. Evelyn has created an online Orton-Gillingham curriculum including interactive lesson planning: The Great Word House™ which is used in reading clinics and schools in Australia, Bahamas, Canada, and the U.S. As a Fellow of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham and Certified Dyslexia Therapist (IDA), Evelyn is dedicated to creating an exciting and rewarding educational experience for all her students.
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