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Professional Visit Days

We invite education professionals who work with students with learning disabilities, ADHD, or autism to visit our campus. Let us share with you how and why Landmark College’s unique approach works for students who learn differently.

Professional Visit Days

Spring 2024 Dates

  • Thursday and Friday, May 2-3, 2024

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May 2024


Fall 2024 Dates

  • Thursday and Friday, November 7-8, 2024

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November 2024

Professional Visit Days (PVD) show educators how and why Landmark
College's unique approach works for students who learn differently.

  • Explore Landmark College’s Four Domains of Learning model: How self-management, motivation,
    skills attainment, and social-emotional development affect student success.
  • Deepen your understanding of Executive Function (EF) based on the latest neurological research,
    and learn effective approaches when working with students needing EF support.
  • Hear from the experts at the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT)
    about the latest best practices to use in the classroom, and gain access to new techniques and
    instructional resources.
  • Hear about the personal learning struggles of our students and ask questions during our always
    popular student panel.
  • Take a student-led campus tour
  • Certificate of Attendance, that some states allow to be used towards educational credits

         Sample Agenda; Presentations subject to change

Who should attend?

  • Educational consultants
  • High school counselors
  • High school special education coordinators
  • College academic advisors
  • College learning support coordinators

Expenses covered by Landmark College include:

  • Travel stipends of up to $550 for those who travel by air and up to $225 for those who travel by ground transportation (to help offset transportation and lodging expenses)
  • Continental breakfasts, lunches, and hors d'oeuvres on Thursday afternoon

Other professional learning opportunities:

The Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT) offers professional learning for educators around the world, including workshops, webinars, online courses, and the Landmark College Summer Institute. Topics include language-based learning disabilities (including dyslexia), ADHD, autism, executive function, technologies for educational access, reading and literacy, math disorders, universal design and its application, documentation and accommodations, and educational transitions across the life span.


Ferne Bork
Assistant Director of Admissions and Training Coordinator
(802) 387-7117
[email protected]


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