FOR KEY SCHOOL AT CAROLINA DAY
Key School at Carolina Day has received international recognition for its multisensory structured language education. The school was recognized by the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC) in November.
IMSLEC School Recognition indicates a commitment to student achievement through multisensory structured language education (MSLE) as taught in IMSLEC Accredited Teacher/Therapy Training Courses.
All Key School faculty members are trained in the the multisensory approach in Orton-Gillingham and/or Multisensory Math. Further, Key Learning Center serves as a national educator training site for Orton-Gillingham and Multisensory Math, bringing professionals and students from across the country to Asheville to receive training, clinical teaching, and certification.
“Key School is honored to be one of IMSLEC’s four recognized schools,” said Concha Wyatt, Key Learning Center director. “We work tirelessly to ensure the Orton-Gillingham approach is implemented with the highest standards at our school, and to train others across the country in multisensory structured language and math. Most importantly, we know this approach unlocks potential for students with language-based learning differences so that they may use their many gifts to enrich our world.”
For more information, contact Carolina Day School at 828-274-0757 or visit CarolinaDay.org/Key
Below: Concha Wyatt, Key Learning Center director receives award from Maureen Martin, president IMSLEC