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For over 30 years, the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT) has provided cutting-edge, relevant, and practical professional development to individuals and schools. Informed by current research and decades of classroom experience, LCIRT is a leader in the fields of learning disabilities, ADHD, and autism.
Our professional development offerings are research-based, classroom-tested, highly practical, and universally designed. We serve a wide range of professionals, including educators and disability support personnel at the secondary and postsecondary levels across the United States, Canada, and beyond.
We offer a number of ways for individuals and schools to obtain professional development, including:
- Webinars on the latest topics and trends in LD education
- An online professional certificate in Learning Differences and Neurodiversity (LDN), with specializations in Executive Function, Autism on Campus and Online, and Postsecondary Disability Services
- For schools and colleges we offer workshops (including online workshops), consulting, keynote presentations, or can customize professional development for your needs
- Our annual Landmark College Summer Institute conference held each year on our beautiful campus in southern Vermont
Contact us to find out more: 802-387-1662 or email@example.com
Testimonials from past participants
“This workshop has been a transformative experience for me as an educator. I was in search of support, guidance, information, and resources and I received all of these things.”
“Beyond my expectations! I would highly recommend this to colleagues.”
“This course is highly beneficial to anyone working with students—not just LD students!”
Customized Professional Development
Research clearly shows that transformative professional development for educators doesn’t happen overnight. While traditional single-day in-service workshops are valuable to faculty and staff, professional development that takes place over a series of weeks or months can not only transform the practices of individual teachers, but can create positive school-wide change.
At LCIRT, our professional development is part of a dynamic triad that includes research and Landmark College classroom practice.
Research conducted by LCIRT informs our professional development and validates Landmark College classroom practice. Our professional development offerings drive new research initiatives. Our classroom practices suggest new pathways for research and energize professional development offerings.
Our work with each school follows our innovative model. It is also highly collaborative and responsive to the culture and needs of each school. In general, our work includes these phases:
- Needs assessment
- Customized delivery of content: relevant theory and practice
- Ongoing support for integration of new information and practice
LCIRT offer consulting services to schools, colleges, associations, workplaces, and individuals on a broad range of topics. We’ll work flexibly with you and your needs—whether you need just one session or ongoing consulting for a project. We can meet your needs in the shared mission of supporting neurodivergent students.
Our team of experts provide consulting in the following areas and more:
- Diagnostic evaluation, disability documentation and accommodations
- Learning disabilities and ADHD research and practice
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and accessibility for students who learn differently
- Universal Design for Learning and Instruction (UDL/I)
- Engaging disengaged learners—study skills, strategies, and executive function supports
- Neuroscience of learning—application in the classroom
- Online learning for students who learn differently (LD)
- College transition and admission for students who learn differently (LD)
- Postsecondary disability services
- College success for students with LD
- Supporting student executive function in and out of the classroom
- Using metacognition techniques to improve student learning and engagement
- Growth mindset—tools and applications