Summer Institute

The Summer Institute offers seminars and graduate courses on Landmark School's High School campus in Prides Crossing, MA, that help educators hone their teaching skills. Institute offerings are practical, evidence-based, and designed and delivered by teachers, for teachers.

Information for the 2019 Summer Institute

Join us in Prides Crossing this summer to empower your teaching and gain strategies to help support all students!

** NEW: Dyslexia Academy for Educators **

During the week of July 8-12, courses will provide research and strategies related specifically to dyslexia. Join us for one course or sign up for more than one course on this topic. | (price dependent on course length)

The Speaker Series is made up of several half-day, one-day, and two-day seminars offered by invited specialists in the field of education. | (price dependent on course length)

Weeklong Graduate Courses provide an overview of research related to the course topic and a comprehensive introduction to the related practical strategies that support learners in the classroom. Courses include 3 graduate credits. | $995 $900

Two-Day Seminars target a specific approach to supporting learners in the classroom and provide participants with useful information, as well as handouts and activities they can use or adapt for their students. Seminars offer 10 PDPs/hours. | $300 $250

  • We also have two-day, in-person seminars that offer 15 PDPs/hours. | $325 $295

One-Day Workshops offer an introduction to a specific approach and selected strategies to implement in the classroom. Seminars offer 5 PDPs/hours. | $150 $125

Blended/Online Courses combine a one-day in-person seminar followed by six or ten weeks of online learning. | 15-hour courses, $325 $295 | 3-credit courses, $995 $900

 

There is no specific deadline to register – courses are open until they reach capacity.

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