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PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS

Springer's Center is the area's leading resource on learning disabilities for parents and professionals.
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Upcoming Programs

Strategic Learning Digital Package – Reimagined

 

Designed to help all education professionals develop an in-depth understanding of strategic learning. You will be better equipped to engage students in developing learning strategies that work for them to become more successful each day. By implementing small changes in the classroom, your students will be more planful and strategic in their approach to learning.

Check back for more information in the coming days.

Practical Strategies for Students with ADHD

Distinguished Speaker Series: Dr. David Anderson is widely regarded as the go-to source on children and adolescents with ADHD.

In addition to his work at the Child Mind Institute, Dr. Anderson is dedicated to sharing his expertise through public outreach venues, such as Springer. Join us as Dr. Anderson outlines strategies for educational professionals to utilize in their daily interactions with students with ADHD.

February 12, 2021
8:30 a.m. -3:30 p.m.
Virtual program

Fee: $75.00 per registrant
$65.00 early bird if registered by January 15, 2021
Contact us for special rates on groups of 3 or more.

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Pre-recorded Webinars

ADHD: What Every Teacher Should Know

In this webinar, Dr. Mulcahey helps us better understand the diagnosis of ADHD and what that means for the classroom. Gain a better understanding of the diagnosis, the impact ADHD can have on learning, and how to talk with parents and colleagues to better meet the needs of every student.
 
This webinar will be available until April 12, 2021.
 
Fee: $5

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Creating an Executive Function Culture in Your Classroom

Barbara Hunter helps educators learn how to create a classroom culture that fosters independent, motivated, and resilient learners even when attentional challenges impede learning. Understand how and where breakdowns occur, as well as how explicitly teaching routines, systems,, strategies, and reflection supports a dynamic classroom-wide executive function culture and improves learning outcomes.
 
This webinar will be available until April 21, 2021.
 
Fee: $5

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Jonathan Mooney: Making Difference Count

During this pre-recorded webinar, Springer Distinguished Speaker Jonathan Mooney illustrated his ideas from his personal and professional experiences as a person with dyslexia and student with ADHD. Through his experiences and forward-thinking philosophies, Jonathan was able to present his broad academic knowledge of education, psychology, sociology and history of learning and disability.
 
The webinar was recorded on October 1, 2020 and will be available until April 7, 2021.
 
Fee: $5

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