Due to current concerns related to the novel coronavirus, we have re-envisioned the Summer Institute as a series of online professional development workshops, in lieu of our three-day strands typically held during the on-campus. The three online workshops will focus on: best practices for students with LD for online learning, UDL and literacy, and Executive Function supports.
See this page for more information on the online strands to be held in May and June, 2020.
Note, our planned one-day event has also been cancelled. We hope to see you on campus for next year’s (summer 2021) Summer Institute.
Landmark College, Putney, Vermont
Not just a conference. The Summer Institute at Landmark College has been an annual opportunity for education professionals to reboot their learning and refresh their enthusiasm for supporting students who learn differently. The event features a keynote presentation, plenary presentations, a student panel, networking opportunities, and, as always, 30+ years of Landmark College expertise in teaching students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and autism.
Here’s what past participants have said about the Summer Institute:
“By far this is the most helpful and informative professional development I’ve ever done. Landmark is so fabulous and incredibly attuned to what special educators and students need to succeed and thrive!”
“My strand was amazing! Theory and practical strategies were well woven into the presentations, discussions, and demonstrations with great quality, value, and depth.”
“Thank you for always bridging the research-to-practice gap.”
“This was amazing and I’m so glad I attended!”
Read a student perspective on the Summer Institute
View program highlights from previous Summer Institutes
Learn and network with small, focused groups of your peers
Get your voice heard and your questions answered. The Landmark College Summer Institute offers cutting-edge workshops with focused attention to participant questions, because we limit enrollment to keep our workshops small.