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Landmark College Winter Institute for Educators

Thank you to all that attended and made the 2019 Winter Institute a success!

Find out more about our upcoming Summer Institute, June 24 – 26 in Putney, VT

Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco, California. Photo courtesy of Yvonne Israel O'Hare

The Winter Institute combines hands-on, multi-day training workshops (or “strands”), world-class research presentations, networking opportunities, and 30+ years of Landmark College expertise in teaching students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Who should attend?

Secondary school teachers, learning specialists, special educators, disability service providers, principals, superintendents, parents, administrators, curriculum and staff developers, tutors, advisors, college and university professors. Or anyone wanting to learn more about supporting diverse student learners!

Overview of Sessions

View the Schedule at a Glance

Keynote presentation:
Embodied Brains, Social Minds, Cultural Meaning: Why Emotions are Fundamental to Learning

Friday, February 8, 2019
10:30 a.m. – Noon

Keynote Presenter, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Ed.D.

by Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Ed.D.,
Professor of Education, Psychology & Neuroscience at the University of Southern California

Plenary presentation:
Next Generation Disability Services

Sunday, February 10, 2019
9 – 10:30 a.m.

Plenary Presenter, Manju Banerjee, Ph.D.

by Manju Banerjee, Ph.D.
Vice President for Educational Research and Innovation, Landmark College

Three-Day Strands

Three-day intensive, hands-on workshops (or “strands”) form a core component of our Institute experience. Strands run each afternoon from 1:15 – 4 p.m. Participants choose one and stay in the same strand for all three days.

Strand A) Transition to College: 10+ Years of Change for Students and Parents

Strand B) Executive Function Support for Diverse Learners

Strand C) Spanning the Spectrum: Building Classrooms that Work for all Students with Autism

Strand D) Supporting Math Learners as a Non-Mathematician: Strategies and Tools

Single Sessions

Single sessions are short (~1.25 hour) presentations on a range of topics with relevance for educators working with students with LD, ADHD, and ASD. Single sessions focus on practical take-aways and/or cutting-edge research in the field of learning differences.

See full Single Session descriptions and schedule

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