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Dyslexia in the Classroom (Part 2) – Summer Institute 2019

This course can be taken as a one-day workshop or paired with Dyslexia in the Classroom (Part 1) for a 2-day experience. If you want the two-day option, add both courses to your cart.

This course is offered during our Dyslexia Academy for Educators week

This seminar is designed to target educators of all grade levels and will provide participants with an overview of dyslexia. During this session on Thursday, July 11th, participants will understand potential comorbid relationships between dyslexia, social-emotional challenges, attention issues, and executive function deficits. The course will conclude with an exploration of the concept of neurodiversity and how it can inform teaching to help support a diverse classroom. Throughout, participants will also learn how to use research-based best practices and differentiated instruction to help support students in their setting.

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • learn best practice instructional strategies to support students with dyslexia
  • gain awareness of other learning and social-emotional challenges that can exist alongside dyslexia
  • understand the diverse ways brains function through exploring cultural norms related to disabilities



This course is appropriate for educators at all levels.

Course Information

5 Hours/PDPs
Dates/Time Price
July 11, 2019
8:30am - 3:00pm

Registration is unavailable at this time.

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Over 99% of educators felt that their Outreach Summer Institute seminar provided them with useful information that they could apply to their everyday classroom responsibilities.

About the Instructor

Kaia Cunningham

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.

About the Instructor

Margot Marcou

Margot teaches study skills and literature classes in the Prep Program at Landmark High School, where she also serves as the assistant director and academic advisor.  She received her bachelor’s degree from Mount Holyoke College and is working towards her master’s degree in special education from Simmons College.

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