Outreach Courses

Registration is OPEN for Fall 2018!

Check out the course listings below for our upcoming online terms.

Our continuing education courses provide online professional development for educators. Educators have the opportunity to earn PD hours and/or graduate credit. Each course provides practical, effective teaching strategies, tools, and resources for students with language-based learning disabilities, which fall under the broader category of specific learning disabilities (SLD).

Please note, these course offerings are subject to change. 

Summer 2018 Courses

NEW! Instructing English Language Learners with Learning Disabilities

This professional development course provides educators with an overview of language development and second language acquisition with a specific focus on English Language Learners (ELLs).

15-HOUR FORMAT, 15 PDPs/Hours | 6 Weeks | $295 (optional 1 graduate credit)

Executive Function: Impact on Academic Proficiency

This professional development course provides educators with an overview of the components of executive function. It covers the impacts of having both a language-based learning disability (LBLD) and executive function deficits, as well as practical instructional strategies to support students.

15-HOUR FORMAT, 15 PDPs/Hours | 6 Weeks | $295  (optional 1 graduate credit)

3-CREDIT FORMAT, 3 graduate credits | 10 Weeks | $900

Study Skills: Strategies to Support Executive Function

This professional development course provides educators with an understanding of components of study skills, which include the management of materials, time and information.

15-HOUR FORMAT, 15 PDPs/Hours | 6 Weeks |$295 (optional 1 graduate credit)

3-CREDIT FORMAT, 3 graduate credits | 10 Weeks | $900

Comprehending Language: Reading and Listening

This professional development course addresses language skill development with a focus on reading and listening. Informal assessments of receptive language skills and models of instructional strategies that build students’ language skills are also included.

15-HOUR FORMAT, 15 PDPs/Hours | 6 Weeks | $295 (optional 1 graduate credit)

 

Fall 2018 Courses

NEW! Supporting Students’ Reading: Phonemic Awareness to Comprehension

This professional development course provides educators with an understanding of the components of reading development, which include phonemic awareness, phonics, decoding, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension.

15-HOUR FORMAT, 15 PDPs/Hours | 6 Weeks | $295 (optional 1 graduate credit)

3-CREDIT FORMAT, 3 graduate credits | 10 Weeks | $900

Instructing English Language Learners with Learning Disabilities

This professional development course provides educators with an overview of language development and second language acquisition with a specific focus on English Language Learners (ELLs).

15-HOUR FORMAT, 15 PDPs/Hours | 6 Weeks | $295 (optional 1 graduate credit)

3-CREDIT FORMAT, 3 graduate credits | 10 Weeks | $900

Executive Function: Impact on Academic Proficiency

This professional development course provides educators with an overview of the components of executive function. It covers the impacts of having both a language-based learning disability (LBLD) and executive function deficits, as well as practical instructional strategies to support students.

3-CREDIT FORMAT, 3 graduate credits | 10 Weeks | $900

Winter 2019 Courses

Study Skills: Strategies to Support Executive Function

This professional development course provides educators with an understanding of components of study skills, which include the management of materials, time and information.

15-HOUR FORMAT, 15 PDPs/Hours | 6 Weeks |$295 (optional 1 graduate credit)

3-CREDIT FORMAT, 3 graduate credits | 10 Weeks | $900

Executive Function: Impact on Academic Proficiency

This professional development course provides educators with an overview of the components of executive function. It covers the impacts of having both a language-based learning disability (LBLD) and executive function deficits, as well as practical instructional strategies to support students.

15-HOUR FORMAT, 15 PDPs/Hours | 6 Weeks | $295  (optional 1 graduate credit)

Comprehending Language: Reading and Listening

This professional development course addresses language skill development with a focus on reading and listening. Informal assessments of receptive language skills and models of instructional strategies that build students’ language skills are also included.

3-CREDIT FORMAT, 3 graduate credits | 10 Weeks | $900

Instructing English Language Learners with Learning Disabilities

This professional development course provides educators with an overview of language development and second language acquisition with a specific focus on English Language Learners (ELLs).

15-HOUR FORMAT, 15 PDPs/Hours | 6 Weeks | $295 (optional 1 graduate credit)

 

Don't see what you're looking for?

We currently offer all of the following course titles in both a 15-hour and 3-credit format. However, we do not offer every course every term. As soon as we are able to post the schedule for upcoming terms, you will find them here on our website. However, please feel free to email us at outreach@landmarkschool.org if you are curious about when a particular course might be offered again in the future.

 

Comprehending Language: Reading and Listening

Executive Function: Impact on Academic Proficiency

Instructing English Language Learners with Learning Disabilities 

Language-Based Learning Disabilities: Strategies for Success (currently under revision)

Study Skills: Strategies to Support Executive Function

Support Students’ Reading: Phonemic Awareness to Comprehension

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