44 Phonemes

Taught by Corey Zylstra
Corey Zylstra
Corey Zylstra
M.Ed, MT/CATT, F/AOGPE, CDT/IDA-CERI

Corey ("Mrs. Z.") has been in the field of education for over 25 years. She has taught in many different capacities and is a regular conference and workshop presenter for teachers world-wide. Since specializing in the field of learning difficulties and multisensory language remediation using the Orton-Gillingham approach (MSL/OG), Mrs. Zylstra has authored several publications and has served on several non-profit boards, including current positions with Dyslexia Canada and CATT, OG. She holds a Masters of Education degree from SFU, a Provincial Instructor’s Diploma, and has been recognized and accredited as an Orton-Gillingham Master Trainer for the Canadian Orton-Gillingham Academy (MT/CATT, OG), an Honorary Fellow of the American OG Academy (HF/AOGPE) and a Certified Dyslexia Therapist through the International Dyslexia Association (CDT/IDA-CERI).

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44 Phonemes

by Diana Durbin Koehler
I loved this. I am studying OG, but I'm finding it hard to connect with my fellow. This short review video clarified a few of my questions. I'm not sure how long these videos have been up, but I hope there will be more in the future. Thank you!

A Very Good Intro to English Phonemes

by Stacy Harris
Even though I am already quite familiar with the English Phonemes, I found this quite educational and detailed, especially with how to present the sounds correctly without extra sounds. Thank you!

44 Phonemes

by Diana Durbin Koehler
I loved this. I am studying OG, but I'm finding it hard to connect with my fellow. This short review video clarified a few of my questions. I'm not sure how long these videos have been up, but I hope there will be more in the future. Thank you!

A Very Good Intro to English Phonemes

by Stacy Harris
Even though I am already quite familiar with the English Phonemes, I found this quite educational and detailed, especially with how to present the sounds correctly without extra sounds. Thank you!