Landmark Outreach works with individual schools and school districts to design, implement, and refine programming for students with specific learning difficulties in reading and writing, such as dyslexia.Read Article
Landmark Outreach works with individual schools and school districts to design, implement, and refine programming for students with language-based learning disabilities (LBLD).
Landmark faculty, who have years of experience and expertise on our Landmark School campuses, share knowledge and classroom strategies developed at Landmark School and partner with you to adapt them in your setting.
Gain explicit instructional strategies and resources to help your students access the curriculum and build skills in each of the four domains of language: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Develop or refine a formal part of the school’s educational program. Learn and implement a well-planned language-based curriculum for your students within a dedicated language-based classroom.
Create a program for students with language-based learning difficulties in reading or writing that extends the language-based classroom model throughout the day to formally selected students.
Veteran Landmark faculty provide a variety of workshops on topics to help support your students with language-based learning differences.
Through a 2-hour to 5-hour workshop, gain instructional strategies that you can apply in your setting.
PD Workshop Series
Through a multi-day series, gain knowledge, instructional strategies, and resources to help students improve their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
Veteran Landmark faculty will provide an in-person workshop that will supplement online course content. Not interested in an in-person workshop? Learn more information about purely online course sections for schools or districts.
Landmark Outreach continues to offer professional development virtually. Outreach has also resumed in-person partnerships.
Outreach offers instruction and strategies for a variety of topics.See Topics