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Wilson® Professional Learning

Springer is a provider of the Wilson Reading System® professional learning courses and Fundations® Launch workshops.


Wilson Reading System® (WRS) Professional Learning

The Wilson Reading System is an intensive reading program that directly and systematically teaches the structure of the English language. Based on Orton-Gillingham principles and the science of reading, the Wilson Reading System is an explicit, multisensory structured literacy program designed for students (grades 2-12) with a language-based learning disability, such as dyslexia.


Springer School and Center is ready to help your school find success with initiatives in the area of special education. Through our professional learning courses, your staff will:

  • Learn new teaching strategies for struggling learners
  • Develop planning and organization skills
  • Gain knowledge and insight into special education, specific learning disabilities, ADHD and executive function
  • Establish better learning outcomes

Plan Your Program: Half-Day: 2-4 Hours, Full Day: 5-8 Hours. Multiple Day Options also available. 

Executive Function: An Introduction & Strategies

Executive Function (EF) is a set of mental skills we use every day to learn work and manage daily life. These skills involve working memory, flexible thinking and self-control.

During this course, participants will understand how EF deficits affect student performance, identify signs that a student may be struggling with EF skill development and develop a list of strategies to implement in the classroom.

Presented by: Springer Professional Staff

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ADHD: What Every Teacher Should Know

ADHD is a complex brain disorder that impacts approximately 11% of children and 5% of adults in the United States. Extensive neuroscience research tells us that ADHD is an impairment in the brain's self-management system and can greatly impact a student's ability to learn effectively.

During this course, participants will gain an in depth knowledge of what ADHD actually is and is not, understand the 30% rule and how it impacts academic performance and be able to identify common academic challenges associated with ADHD.

Presented by: Dr. Mary Ann Mulcahey

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Understanding Specific Learning Disabilities

A specific learning disability is a disorder that interferes with a student's ability to read, write and do math. It is estimated that 1 in 5 school-aged children have a learning disability and students with a specific learning disability may struggle in multiple academic areas.

During this course, participants will understand the most common learning disabilities encountered in the classroom, identify teaching challenges, learn how learning disabilities affect classroom behavior and learning, develop strategies to immediately implement in the classroom and discover how IEP's, transition plans and collaborative planning can greatly increase your success as a professional educator.

Presented by: Springer Professional Staff

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Professional Development to Fit YOUR Schedule

Springer School and Center is excited to bring expert insight to education professionals and families at the click of a button. Our webinars feature up-to-date expert information and real-time answers to your most pressing questions about Learning Disabilities, Executive Function, ADHD and related conditions.

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