More Science. More Structure. More Impact.
The IMSE team is excited to launch our new suite of professional development and instructional programs, IMSE Impact, with classes beginning June 6, 2022.
Why Impact? Because we’ve taken our proven Structured Literacy programs that have helped millions of students learn to read, and made them easier to implement for teachers and more effective for students. This enables teachers to make an impact on improving student literacy on day one.
Find Out How You Can Make an Impact
IMSE is offering information and resources about IMSE Impact for those organizations and individuals who have already participated in an IMSE training, are scheduled to be trained before June 6, 2022, or are new to IMSE. Use the buttons below to jump the sections most relevant to you, or scroll down for the full story of IMSE Impact.
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What is IMSE Impact?
IMSE Impact is a suite of three Structured Literacy evidence-based professional development programs. IMSE Impact includes Comprehensive Orton-Gillingham Plus for grades K-3 and Morphology Plus for grades 3-5, which include aligned student materials and coursework, and Phonological Awareness for all grades, addressing all of the key elements of literacy instruction in the classroom.
You can learn more about each program on our Training Descriptions page.
What’s New in IMSE Impact?
With IMSE Impact, we’ve taken the leading Structured Literacy program that hundreds of thousands of teachers love and made it even better.
Updated Scope and Sequence
More Comprehensive Lesson Plans
More Time for Advanced Topics
A Deeper Look at IMSE Impact
If you’d like to learn more about IMSE Impact and how it can help any district, school, or teacher deliver more effective literacy instruction, dive it into our resources below.
- Frequently Asked Questions.
- Comprehensive Orton-Gillingham Plus Scope and Sequence (coming June 6)
- Comprehensive Orton-Gillingham Plus Sample Lesson Plan (coming June 6)
- Morphology Scope and Sequence (coming June 6)
- Morphology Plus Sample Lesson Plan (coming June 6)
Why Choose IMSE Impact?
IMSE has 25 years of experience in teaching teachers how to teach literacy. From its foundations in bringing the Orton-Gillingham approach to all students, to expanding to broader Structured Literacy programs, and now to IMSE Impact, the IMSE team has been constantly improving the programs. By incorporating the latest Science of Reading findings along with feedback from teachers, schools, and districts, we feel that IMSE Impact will catapult students to be the readers they were meant to be.
Just like its predecessors, IMSE Impact is different from other Structured Literacy programs in three key areas:
Enables Teachers to Teach on Day One
Helps Students at all Levels
Minimizes Annual Costs
For Those Scheduled for IMSE Training Between January 2022 and June 6, 2022
For those districts, schools and educators who wish to complete their Structured Literacy training before the launch of IMSE Impact on June 6, IMSE is offering a package of incentives, resources, and new content guides to ensure that educators are fully aligned on the latest Science of Reading research and classroom implementation.
Today’s training delivers the same proven literacy instruction that it always has, allowing those recently trained to continue teaching with the existing guide or invest just a few hours to become up to date with IMSE Impact.
- Differences at a Glance
- Free New Content Guide*
- Free New Content Alignment Video*
- Free Digital Syllable Division Teacher Guide*
- Free New Decodable Readers PDF*
- Free Interactive O-G. 2.0 through June 2023*
- Discount on New Teacher’s Guides*
- Discounts on Select Products*
- Differences at a Glance
- Discounts on Products*
* Available after June 6th in your IMSE Profile
For IMSE-Trained Districts, Schools and Teachers
IMSE Impact Structured Literacy Programs update and expand our current proven literacy professional development and classroom programs that educators have been trained in. While the new programs simplify learning for the students and classroom planning for the teachers, we believe that those trained in IMSE’s current program can continue delivering effective instruction now and in the future.