Certification, Graduate & Professional Credits
Certification in Multisensory Structured Language Education
Windward Teacher Training Institute (WTTI) is accredited for its Teaching and Instructor of Teaching levels by The International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC®). Since 1995, IMSLEC has accredited quality training courses and has advocated for high professional standards in the preparation of multisensory-structured language education specialists, clinicians, and teachers. There are 96 accredited training courses located throughout the United States. Windward's accreditation enables WTTI to offer national certification in Multisensory Structured Language Education to teachers at The Windward School as well as at other schools. The training program offers extensive coursework and supervision leading to professional certification.
IDA Recognizes IMSLEC-Accredited Training for Meeting Teacher Training Standards
After an in-depth review of IMSLEC’s accreditation process and an independent program review, the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) has recognized all IMSLEC-accredited training programs for meeting IDA's Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading. IMSLEC accredits training courses in multisensory structured language.
For information, please contact Susan Sidel, Associate Director of the Windward Teacher Training Institute:
Phone: (914) 949-6968 ext. 1270
Graduate and Professional Development Credits
Participating colleges will offer graduate credit for Windward courses. Registration for graduate credit must be made directly to Windward Teacher Training Institute no later than one month before the course begins. There are additional fees, hours and assignments. For further information contact Susan Sidel at (914) 949-6968 ext. 1270.
Professional Development Credit
Teachers, educators, psychologists, clinicians and other professionals in allied disciplines receive Letters of Attendance for hours completed when attending Teacher Training Institute workshops and courses.
Letters of Attendance for the Community Lecture and the Robert J. Schwartz Lecture MUST BE REQUESTED IN ADVANCE.