San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Learning to Achieve is a training program designed to help educators improve their knowledge of learning disabilities (LD) in adults, offering instruction on how to actively support adults with LD in educational and workplace settings. Learning to Achieve offers good instructional strategies for all, diagnosed LD, undiagnosed, and struggling learners. The National Institute for Literacy developed Learning to Achieve based on the latest rigorous research. The complete Learning to Achieve training contains eight modules, as well as opportunities to study three online modules. We will be combining two modules in each day long session. If you register for Sessions 1, 2, or 3, you will be asked to complete one brief online module before the in-person training. The in-person training will begin with a debrief of the assigned online module; if you are unable to participate, you will not be allowed to stay for the in-person training. When you register for the in-person training, you will be sent the link for the online component. You may register for all four days, or any combination of days. Each day requires a separate registration.
Session 1: Definition of Learning Disabilities and Self-Determination
Online module: Accommodations