Outreach Courses

Our Summer 2020 online course schedule is below and registration is open!

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 2020 Courses

Below are the online courses that will be offered during our Summer 2020 term. Registration is open!

 

6 WEEK COURSES
15  Hours/PDPs
July 7 – August 18, 2020
$275 for registrations received before May 1; $295 after May 1

 

10 WEEK COURSE
3 Graduate Credits
July 7 – September 15, 2020
$700 for registrations received before May 1; $750 after May 1

Full List of Courses

We currently offer all of the following course titles in a 15-hour format, and most in the 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.

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FAQ

“I really appreciate the practical approach. The videos, written descriptions, shared templates, and discussion threads are all invaluable.”

Tara Montgomery
Instructional Coach

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