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Language InnerViews for Educators

What we do

Workshops, Study Groups, Individual Scholarship, Resources, & More

Workshops

“Pop-up” style workshops throughout the year. These 90-minute sessions are designed to provide an introduction to a specific topic while exploring the practical application of the science of linguistics in the classroom, small group, and individual setting.

Individual Scholarship

Looking for individual support? We can work with your family to meet the needs of the student.

Additional Resources

Resources, including multiple publications, graphics, interviews with language experts, and links for supporting research, for educators, administrators, and other education professionals.

Workshops

LIV(E) will be offering “pop-up” style workshops throughout the year. These 90-minute sessions are designed to provide an introduction to a specific topic while exploring the practical application of the science of linguistics in the classroom, small group, and individual settings.

Additional Resources

Resources, including multiple publications, graphics, interviews with language experts, and links for supporting research, for educators, administrators, and other education professionals.

Individual Scholarship

Looking for individual support? Whether your student is diagnosed with dyslexia, placed in gifted services, or just interested in language, we can work with your family to meet the needs of the student.

Interviews

Watch, listen, and read what experts in language education, linguistics, and other fields have to say about their experiences with language and science.

I really appreciated how succinctly Scott explained how he uses SWI. Thank you for this excellent workshop.

About ME

Scott Mills has been teaching in dual language classrooms for over five years. A native of Portland, Oregon, he has lived in Argentina, South Korea, Washington D.C., and recently moved back to Portland. For the past few years, he has been implementing Structured Word Inquiry (SWI).

He is continually studying with the brightest minds in orthography (with trips to France and Chicago), and has authored multiple publications and resources for teachers on the topic of spelling. He received his Masters of Arts in Teaching from Eastern Oregon University in 2013 and his Bachelors of Arts in International Relations from the University of Oregon in 2007.

“Excellent! I have been working with etymology online for a few years and understand how to use it so much more! I love the color coding technique and will totally incorporate this into my learning and teaching!”
“I really liked how Scott didn’t assume I knew what a lot of the words like etymology and cognate meant and was willing to go over them in detail. I thought he really spoke on a teachers level and was very interesting. He made me want to explore SWI further for my students.”

“The enthusiasm for learning is contagious.”

“Informative and brought clarity and a new angle to SWI work with students that I am excited to apply in my therapy practice.”

Message Me

Get In touch with me below.

Location

Portland , OR

Open Hours

M-F: 8am – 6pm

Email

languageinnerviews@gmail.com