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Anna Gillingham

Author Code: AAGH

Born: Jul. 12, 1878 - (?) South Dakota, USA

Died: May (?), 1964 - New York City (?), New York, USA

Gillingham served as principal of the Open Air Department of the Ethical Culture School in New York City and published her first paper in 1919. During the 1920s she began working with Dr. Samuel Orton, the discoverer of dyslexia. Eventually, the two developed the Orton-Gillingham approach to reading instruction, a system developed in 1935 and still widely used today. The manual, Remedial Training for Children with Specific Disability in Reading, Spelling and Penmanship, is updated regularly. She worked closely with Bessie Stillman, another educator, in writing the manual and the two collaborated on other projects, such as spelling rules and the methodical sorting of the English language. Gillingham also contributed numerous articles to professional journals, such as The Journal of Educational Psychology. In spite of her importance in the field, there is very little information available about her life.

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