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PBIDA AIM Pathways Article PDF

The AIM Institute for Learning & Research's new digital teacher-training platform AIM Pathways was featured in the Spring 2019 issue of the Pennsylvania Branch of the International Dyslexia Association's (PBIDA) Focus magazine.

Learn more about the comprehensive, interactive program to support teachers in learning the science of reading and applying the information in their classroom practices.

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The AIM Institute for Learning & Research® – in conjunction with Haskins Laboratories – will host the 2019 IGNITE Center Summer Institute at AIM this summer. This one-of-a-kind event features three days of engaging sessions led by renowned researchers in the fields of neuroscience, technology, and literacy followed by participant sessions designed to translate the research into practical applications for the classroom.

This one-of-a kind Summer Institute features time spent working side-by-side with top experts in the field of Neuroscience, Technology and Literacy today. Join us to Reimagine the Future of Education.

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Honoring Dr. Hollis Scarborough at AIM Research Symposium

This year, at the AIM Institute's 7th annual Research to Practice Symposium on Monday, March 11, Dr. Hollis Scarborough will be presented with AIM's inaugural Hollis Scarborough Award recognizing a researcher whose work on the science of reading acquisition has deepened our understanding of the complexity of reading proficiency and has inspired others to pursue related research.

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AIM IGNITE Center Kicks Off Research with Haskins Laboratories

AIM's first research project as part of our partnership with the Haskins Global L2 (Language & Literacy) Innovation Hub is underway. The Predicting Literacy Outcomes in Schools study examines the neurocognitive bases of individual responses to the well-established evidence-based interventions we deliver at AIM with our students with language-based learning difficulties (LBLDs).

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