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1 Day Workshops

Landmark’s Teaching Principles – Virtual Summer Institute 2020


  • Type: One-day virtual workshop
  • Duration: On the date and time listed in the course information section
  • Attendance: Live online meetings at the beginning and end of the day, as well as independent, asynchronous online work in between these meetings
  • Platform: Zoom and Canvas. Login credentials emailed the day before the course begins



This seminar will present Landmark School’s six “Teaching Principles” and how teachers can effectively implement them in their setting.  All too often, students with learning disabilities experience issues that get in the way of their ability to learn: poor self-esteem, presentation models lacking creativity and structure, deficits in comprehending the application of concepts, not enough review, too few examples, and a lack of motivation.  This seminar will provide an overview of the teaching strategies that Landmark teachers use, and will explain how to use them so as to benefit all students in your setting. 

Landmark’s six Teaching Principles

  1. Provide Opportunities for Success
  2. Use Multisensory Approaches
  3. Micro-Unit and Structure Tasks
  4. Ensure Automatization
  5. Provides Models
  6. Include Students in the Learning Process



This course is appropriate for educators of all grade levels.



All necessary materials will be shared electronically.

Course Information

5 Hours
Dates/Time Price
July 22, 2020
8:30am - 3:00pm

Registration is unavailable at this time.

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Over 98% of educators felt that their Outreach Summer Institute seminar provided them with strategies and tools that will help their students.

About the Instructor

Caitlin Parker

Caitlin worked as a consultant and is currently a seminar instructor for Landmark Outreach. Previously, her roles and responsibilities at Landmark High School included working as the director of the expressive language program, an academic advisor, and a full-time teacher and tutor. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts with her bachelor’s in psychology and education, and she has her master’s degree in special education from Simmons University.

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