2 Day Seminars
If you are signing up for this section, you are signing up for an in-person section with a limited number of spaces. This course can also be taken virtually. If you want to take the course virtually, you must register for the virtual section so we can ensure you receive login instructions.
The content for the virtual section and in-person section is the same.
During this seminar, participants will explore the definition of dyslexia and the impacts of this common specific learning disability on the high and middle school student. The seminar will also examine the role of executive function and social emotional learning in helping students with dyslexia achieve success in middle and high school. Participants will explore best practices, including understanding how to utilize the Landmark Teaching Principles™ to structure content in a way that helps middle and high school students manage the increase in pace, volume, and complexity of assignments and content. Specifically, this seminar will cover written expression, reading, and study skills strategies that will support these students’ academic proficiency.
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
This course is appropriate for educators at the middle and high school levels.
Please bring a laptop, as all necessary materials will be shared electronically.
Optional graduate credit for an additional fee of $125
|July 21-22, 2021
8:30am - 3:00pm Eastern
Over 98% of educators felt that their Outreach Summer Institute seminar provided them with strategies and tools that will help their students.
Kaia has been at Landmark since 2006. In addition to her work for Outreach, she has been a language arts teacher at Landmark High School. Previously, her roles and responsibilities included assistant director of the preparatory program, academic advisor, and full-time teacher and tutor. Kaia graduated from The College of Santa Fe with her bachelor’s in English, and she earned her master’s degree in special education from Simmons College.