Phonics First® Level I Completion - Self-Paced

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Prerequisite: Phonics First® Primary

Appropriate Audience:

• Kindergarten through 3rd grade: General Education (Tier 1: Small group)

• 4-th & 5th grade: General Education (Tier 1: Small group)

• Kindergarten through 5th grade: Special Education, intervention, resource (Tiers 2 & 3: Small group or one-on-one)

For those who have taken Phonics First® Primary and want to complete the entire Phonics First® Level I course, this self-paced course continues where the Primary course left off. This course extends the previous content to meet the needs of struggling, at-risk readers, and students with dyslexia and learning differences in grades 2-5. Course content includes higher-level phonics skills for decoding and encoding, additional spelling rules and higher-level syllabication strategies.

 The Phonics First® Level I Self-Paced course covers all the multisensory training content of the in-person course in an interactive and flexible online format. Teachers will actively participate in learning modules and connect with Phonics First® Instructors as they learn how to effectively incorporate Orton-Gillingham instruction into their classrooms or small-groups.

 Course Hours: 12-14

 Self-paced professional development allows educators to receive training on their own schedule (within established start and end dates). To promote fidelity, course information is easy to engage with through built-in interactions, activities, and practice assignments with personalized feedback. Our Instructors are available to answer questions via email.


All Self-Paced Online Professional Development courses are released on a semi-monthly schedule. Participants have 45 days to complete the course.

 Contact us to discuss your state requirements for dyslexia and other literacy initiatives.



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Contact us to set up a private course for your school/district or to discuss your state's requirements for dyslexia and other literacy initiatives.


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