Marburn Education Collaborative
Marburn Education Collaborative resources are a fulfillment of Marburn Academy’s vision for a world where every child may learn.
Marburn Education Collaborative, a Marburn Academy program, increases access to community resources and services for students who learn differently. Opportunities are available now at our newest Columbus location – 1650 Watermark Drive, Suite 120 – and the Marburn Academy campus in New Albany.
1650 Watermark Dr. Ste 120, Columbus
Contact: 614.505.0454 | firstname.lastname@example.org
9555 Johnstown Rd., New Albany
Contact: 614.433.0822 | email@example.com
Free Community Parent Seminars
Each year, Marburn Academy offers a series of Free Community Parent Seminars, which focus on current research and innovation in the area of learning differences.
The seminars discuss topics including reading, writing, spelling, math, and self-management as they relate to students who struggle in school.
Free Early Reading Screenings
Marburn’s Free Early Reading Screenings provide parents of kindergarteners, first and second-graders with early awareness of the potential for reading problems before children encounter failure. Research has established that Phonemic Awareness deficits are the major cause of reading difficulties in students.
Tutoring is focused on building academic skills, remediating areas of need, and developing confidence as a learner. Lessons are emotionally sound, diagnostic, multi-sensory, hands-on, and individualized for your child’s needs.
- Tutors get to know your child’s strengths and challenges to create lessons that work for them.
- Tutors are trained and supervised by Marburn in the best practices of teaching reading, writing, and mathematics.
- Receive communication about your child’s progress on a regular basis.
Faculty training sessions conducted at public schools and educators’ conferences have served more than 10,000 educators in the past decade. In addition, Marburn Academy annually provides high-level Orton-Gillingham training to teachers and hosts and annual conference on learning differences – MarburnCon.
Marburn On-Demand (MOD) is an online resource for adults seeking to expand their knowledge about the specific academic needs of children who learn differently.
Our Summer School for students in grades K–9 introduces Phonemic Awareness and the Orton-Gillingham approach to the Central Ohio area.
These programs are supported by:
Discover Financial Services
Harry C. Moores Foundation
Moritz Family Foundation
Siemer Family Foundation