Dyslexia Academy for Educators 2019

Join us for our NEW Dyslexia Academy for Educators - a week of our Summer Institute dedicated to information and strategies for teaching students with dyslexia

During the first week of the Outreach Summer Institute (July 8-12), courses will provide research and strategies related specifically to dyslexia. 

With the introduction of legislation mandating dyslexia screening and teacher training in states across the nation, knowledge and tools to address this common learning disability are vital for modern educators.

Take advantage of this opportunity to attend sessions taught by veteran Landmark teachers and leaders in the field of dyslexia. Learn about recent updates in neuroscience and classroom pedagogy, and bring research-based teaching and practical application back to your classroom. Seminar topics include dyscalculia, IEP writing strategies, neuropsychological evaluation, and other issues relevant to educators seeking to help their students succeed in school.

Sign up for individual courses, or choose one of our specified weeklong paths outlined below.

PATH #1

Follow our specified weeklong path | $800 | 25 Hours/PDPs
Savings of $150 over registering for these courses individually

Register for Path #1

PATH #2

Follow our specified weeklong path AND take an online course | $1,000 | 40 Hours/PDPs
(optional online grad credit – additional $125 charge)
Savings of $245 over registering for these courses individually

Register for Path #2

You can also register for individual courses during our Dyslexia Academy week, just as you would for the rest of the Summer Institute!

Register for Individual Courses

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