Online Learning

Enjoy the convenience of learning Landmark strategies online.

We offer educators options ranging from online courses for professional development hours through Landmark Outreach to an M.Ed. or Certificate in Dyslexia Studies in partnership with Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). All courses are developed and taught by veteran Landmark School teachers and provide classroom strategies paired with valuable information about LBLD.

Landmark Outreach Online

Offering 15-hour courses and 3-credit courses on a variety of instructional topics, with more courses continually in development. Register for one of these courses to increase your knowledge and earn PD hours. Graduate credit is available for all online courses.

Read about our Executive Function course in this article from Yahoo Finance.

View Courses

Southern New Hampshire University

snhu-logoEnroll in a master’s or certificate program in Curriculum & Instruction with a focus in Dyslexia Studies & Language-Based Learning Disabilities, developed by Landmark Outreach in conjunction with SNHU. Each course is 30 hours / 3 grad credits.

Enrollment and specific program questions should be directed to SNHU at 888.387.0861 |


“I was thrilled to have the opportunity to learn about an area of interest on my own time, from experts in the field. The Landmark Outreach Program provided valuable content, both through video and written content, that I began using right away in my work with children. Thank you for creating these courses! They are a great fit for working professionals who may not have time to attend classes, but still are eager to learn and expand their knowledge.”

Linda Murphy


View our Online Course Brochure

Check out and download the brochure for our online courses.

View Brochure

Sign up for Free Landmark Teaching Strategies

Landmark’s Free Language-Based Teaching e-Resource

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Our latest strategy

Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Word Study

Phonemic awareness and phonics are two foundational prerequisite skills for reading development, but current research suggests that word study may be a more appropriate approach for older students.