The March 2022 issue of MetroKids magazine features an article written by AIM Interactive Humanities teacher Stacy Stackhouse about how the arts-infused program supports students learning of history, vocabulary and the world. Read more here.
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The construction of Sam's Place, which honors the memory of AIM alum Sam Ozer '20 and will be the home of AIM's new bike tech program, was highlighted by 6ABC news. The story shares how Sam's Place was created and highlights the design team from Trek Bikes during their visit to complete the interior of the new space. Watch Story.
Read how AIM builds on its pioneering educational program to help students with language-based learning differences realize that "anything is possible" in the April 2021 issue of Suburban Life magazine.
The Philadelphia Inquirer recently featured a story about AIM's innovative curriculum and intentional skill building in a special education section. Read more to learn how students with language-based learning differences benefit from an innovative curriculum grounded in literacy research integrated throughout all subject areas.
In December 2019, AIM founders Pat Roberts and Nancy Blair shared their story of partnership and entrepreneurship at the SEI Women's Network Leadership Summit. Their TED talk-style presentation can be viewed here.
A blog post this week by AIM Head of School Chris Herman describes how AIM's Remote Learning program is working to prevent COVID-Slide and provides suggestions and tips for other schools.
AIM Institute for Learning & Research's Director of Partnerships and Engagement Deborah Lynam just returned from three days in Washington DC with dyslexia advocates from 17 states as part of the 5th annual Dyslexia Hill Day organized by Decoding Dyslexia parents. This three day gathering of families, professionals and policy-makers on Capitol Hill focused on discussing current trends and upcoming federal legislative efforts impacting individuals with dyslexia.
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month so it's fitting that we congratulate Erin DeVault, our Director of Speech and Language, on her recent award from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).