|Next intake||9 & 10 March 2023 (Thursday & Friday)|
Singapore: To be Confirmed
|Time||8am to 4pm|
|Registration fee (non-refundable)||$350.00 (SGD)|
|Course fee (includes materials)||$1,550.00 (SGD)|
|Total Fees Payable||$1,900.00 (SGD)|
|Total Fees Payable (by 15 September 2020)||$1,750.00 (SGD)|
This two-day course is a structured, multisensory, and manipulative-based program that imparts practical ideas for implementing instruction to educators and parents who wish to work with underachieving students in math.
It is a hands-on, interactive, instructional approach that focuses on teaching the basic operations of mathematics – addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and fractions – in a different way. Using a developmental process that provides learning experiences which move from the concrete to representational to abstract, participants will acquire the skills needed to teach students from kindergarten to secondary levels.
The overriding principle of OG Math is “imagination, not rote memorization” which supports greater conceptual and visual understanding of mathematics. Come and experience the power of OG Math!
Our Trainer: Ronald Yoshimoto, M.Ed., M.S.W., Fellow, AOGPE
Ron Yoshimoto is a master trainer in the OG Approach, having trained thousands of individuals in Hawaii, the continental U.S., Canada and Singapore. He is the former Vice-president and a Fellow of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators. He is also co-president of the Hawaii Branch of the International Dyslexia Association (IDA). He has more than 25 years experience in training teachers/parents and working with dyslexics.
He was the Principal of ASSETS School in Honolulu which serves dyslexic, gifted, and gifted-dyslexic children. He was a consultant to the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS), and at their invitation, was in Singapore several times to train their teachers and Learning Support Co-ordinators from the Ministry of Education. Ron has presented extensively in dyslexia conferences in the U.S.A and Canada. He has published numerous articles on dyslexia and was interviewed by Channel News Asia on Prime Time Morning for his views on dyslexia in 2007 and 2008. He is the recipient of the prestigious U.S National Blue Ribbon School Award for Excellence.