Accreditations, Affiliations and Projects

The Hardman Technique is accredited by The International Multisensory Structured Language Council and by International Dyslexia Association.

The curriculum used by Woodland Hall Academy is The Hardman Technique. This is a multisensorial, structured language education program designed for individuals with dyslexia, ADHD, and related learning differences in the areas of reading, math, grammar and written expression.

The Hardman Technique Training Course is accredited at the Teacher and Trainer of Teacher levels by The International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC). IMSLEC is a non-profit corporation formed in 1995 to accredit training programs that prepare specialists in multisensory language programs. This is the ONLY accredited MSLE Teacher Training program in Florida. (www.imslec.org).

The Hardman Technique also meets the International Dyslexia Association Standards for Teachers of Reading.

 

Affiliations

The Coalition of McKay Scholarship Schools (www.mckaycoalition.com)
Learning Disabilities Association    (www.ldanatl.org)
National Association for Adults with Special Learning Needs (www.naasln.org)
The Able Trust – Florida High School/High Tech (www.abletrust.org)

Projects

East Carolina University Research Project:  Success with Dyslexia  (www.successwithdyslexia.com)
Tallahassee Community College:  The Multisensorial Study Strategies Tool Kit   (www.learntolearn.biz)
High School/High Tech of Gulf County