Now accepting applications for academic year 2017-2018.
Deadline to apply for the next course is November 16.
Our certificate courses focus on ways to support and scaffold executive function challenges, based on our 30+ years working with students who learn differently.
Courses are taught using a combination of online instruction and real-time online face-to-face learning. In partnership with Marlboro College Graduate & Professional Studies, students also have the option to apply to receive graduate level credits for their coursework.
Full Certificate or Selected Class Options: Completion of all classes will lead to the certificate. You may also select individual courses of interest and receive a course completion certificate.
Certificate course content is developed by Landmark College. Students completing all certificate course requirements receive a Certificate of Completion from Landmark College. Graduate-level credits are offered by the Marlboro College School of Graduate and Professional Studies to students who receive a grade of 80 percent or above in the course.
• You’ll develop a deeper appreciation of the unique challenges faced by students who learn differently.
• You’ll acquire an in-depth understanding of executive function (EF) and evidence-based practices that help students thrive in the classroom.
• You’ll discover the dynamic role of technology in creating accessible instruction.
• You’ll learn methods for engaging and motivating students to help them achieve their goals.