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Try These 5 Things to Supercharge Reading Success at Your School

At the Institute of Multi-Sensory Education, we’ve worked with some of the largest school districts in the nation — and some of the smallest charter schools. The goal is always the same: to train teachers in fun, engaging and proven…
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Students in Rural North Carolina See Major Growth in Reading Levels Thanks to New Approach

When Christina Grandt stopped giving weekly spelling lists to her first graders, their parents were skeptical. “The parents weren’t so sure about it at first,” Grandt said. “They were like, ‘No. No. No. We need words to study.’ We were…
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Creating a School-wide IMSE OG Culture Takes Literacy to the Next Level at this New Jersey School

Bridgeton Public Schools, which has now trained over 200 K-3 educators in all six of its elementary schools in the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education’s Orton-Gillingham methodology, has seen significant gains for students who have been taught reading via the new…
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Meet Jeanne Jeup: IMSE Co-Founder, Mother, Entrepreneur and Global Literacy Advocate

For nearly 25 years, Jeanne Jeup has helped children across the U.S. learn to read by empowering educators with innovative teaching techniques. Jeup co-founded the Institute of Multi-Sensory Education, which uses an Orton-Gillingham approach to help educators master the art…
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Award-Winning Virginia Educator Shares Her Secret To Teaching Children To Read

When Jennifer Burgin went to college, she had no idea she would want to become a teacher. Trying to decide on a major, her mother suggested elementary education. “I met with the people from the College of Education and I…
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Veteran Indiana Teacher Discovers ‘Game Changing’ Approach That Helps Her First Graders Learn To Read

Rachael Phillips is a first grade teacher for Richmond Community Schools at Fairview Elementary School in Richmond, Ind., on the border between Indiana and Ohio. She’s been teaching for 17 years, but it wasn’t until this summer that she learned…
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