Teacher Professional Development Workshops


Since 1990, countless schools have relied on Churchill to provide their teachers with in-depth learning disability education training.

Workshop participants will practice research-based classroom techniques and leave with new strategies for teaching all kinds of learners.

For more information on Churchill’s Teacher Professional Development Workshops, check out our upcoming events below. To request a free workshop at your school, email Mary Brotherton at mbrotherton@churchillstl.org.


Reviews from Teacher Professional Development Workshop Attendees

  • “I benefitted from using positive language with parents about their ADHD child.”
    – Teacher Workshop Attendee: ADHD Strategies
  • “I learned different ways to help students understand math.”
    – Teacher Workshop Attendee: Math Computation Strategies for Struggling Students
  • “Experiencing the child’s perspective during each simulation was very eye opening.”
    – Teacher Workshop Attendee: Simulations & Adaptations of LD & ADHD
  • “Presenters were very knowledgeable and made the workshop very fun.”
    – Teacher Workshop Attendee: Reading Strategies for LD/Dyslexic Students

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Dyslexia DecodED Series- Decoding the Future of Dyslexia

Join us for Dyslexia DecodED, a three-part series on supporting students with dyslexia in school and life.

Dyslexia is the most common learning difference affecting students in educational environments, yet many educators feel unsure and unprepared to meet the needs of these students. Our goal as part of this three-part series is to put the right information, tools and resources required to support students with dyslexia into action in every classroom.

This webinar series is intended as a starting point, to help educators decode and demystify dyslexia. Learning about dyslexia provides an opportunity for educators and community members to positively shift the entire curve and support the 17-20% who identify as dyslexic. Dyslexia is not only served by educators in the classroom setting. The community of supports, advocate, parent, organization play a critical role in ensuring that students with dyslexia are empowered to reach their full potential.

Register NOW for the series!

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For questions or more information about Churchill Center & School’s Outreach Program, contact Mary Brotherton, Director of Community Outreach, at 314-997-4343 or mbrotherton@churchillstl.org.

Churchill's proven methods and well-trained faculty change the lives of children who struggle with dyslexia, ADHD and other learning disabilities.