Intervention Tutoring for Students

Online or In-Person Tutoring

Our tutors work collaboratively with Dr. Valdine Björnson, EdD (FIT/OGA, & Certified Reading Clinician) for all of our RLCC students. We specialize in dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia.

Our tutoring team focuses upon diagnostic and prescriptive lessons which encourage confidence and engagement alongside skill development.

Small group – 16 lesson term

Individualized lessons –  8 lesson term

Each term paid at the beginning of the term for either small group or individual lessons

Trained OGA tutors will provide intensive 1:1 or small group OG lessons (twice a week 50 minute lessons).

Click here for more information about the Orton-Gillingham Approach.

Requirements:

Commit to attend each scheduled lesson at the scheduled time

Please complete our waitlist form to be contacted for tutoring. Thank you! CLICK HERE

Formal diagnostic assessments

 

 

Accredited OGA
teacher training

Goal setting and recommendations for schools

 

Small Group Classes

Group intervention lessons (twice a week with 2- 3 students) are also offered if suitable. Placement in beginner or intermediate group class will be based upon skill level and benchmark assessments. Group rates are a considerable cost saving as compared to individual lessons.

Please contact for details.

1:1, small group, or whole class instruction

 

 

School Advocacy 

Saskatchewan Team 

Specializing in the Orton-Gillingham methods, Michelle emphasizes tailored learning approaches. She is advancing her expertise through the recent completion of a Masters Certificate in Technology Based Learning which will ladder into the completion of a Masters in Open and Distance Education. She is passionate about helping learners with confidence building individualized lesson plans.

Ontario Team 

Jill has worked with adult literacy development in post-secondary and has been an invaluable member of the RLCC team. Photo to follow.

Manitoba Team

Pam is a retired teacher now embracing the science of reading and enjoying her new journey to help students learn to read using OG methods.

Brandi is a classroom and resource teacher at a private school. Working with students privately gives her an opportunity to use her skills to help as many students as possible.

Natalia has always been interested in teaching students with learning disabilities; as she is has dyslexia. To that end, she has completed a Master’s of Disability Studies.  She loves tutoring students with similar challenges and struggles she went through helping them over come those barriers. 

Community Workshops

Workshops can be 1 hour to several days tailored to your school, family, or community needs. Please contact for details.

Dyslexia

This session is intended to help with understanding dyslexia including a dyslexia simulation, overview of dyslexia and recommendations to support learners with dyslexia.

Etymology

How the study of words and their history can help learners with vocabulary, reading, spelling and comprehension.

Morphology

Understanding how Anglo-Saxon, Latin and Greek help our learners to make sense of English including vocabulary within content area subjects and advanced reading-writing.

Assistive Technology

Review of assistive technology for students to develop literacy and numeracy skills including executive functioning, organizing and study tools

Study Skills

Let’s get ready for exams and tests! We will review tools and strategies for students to prepare for memorization, reading advanced materials as well as reading for specific purposes.

The RLCM is an approved provider of services for Jordan’s Principle.

Jordan’s Principle makes sure all First Nations children living in Canada can access the products, services and supports they need, when they need them. Funding can help with a wide range of health, social and educational needs, including the unique needs that First Nations Two-Spirit and LGBTQQIA children and youth and those with disabilities may have.

Jordan’s Principle is named in memory of Jordan River Anderson. He was a young boy from Norway House Cree Nation in Manitoba.