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 email@example.com.
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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Churchill’s Educator Speaker Series Presents… Dr. Robert Brooks & Rick Lavoie
CHURCHILL CENTER & SCHOOL'S EDUCATOR SPEAKER SERIES WITH...
Dr. Robert Brooks & Rick Lavoie!
"SQUARE PEGS/ROUND HOLES: HELPING THE CHILD WHO STRUGGLES WITH LEARNING...AND LIFE."
Presented by the Steve & Ginny Orthwein Family Fund and the Margaret & Richard Riney Family Foundation Fund
Friday, April 21, 2023
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Churchill Center & School
This daylong seminar will focus on the complex challenges facing teachers today. The speakers will provide information and inspiration designed to enable teachers to better understand and handle daily obstacles to student learning, social and emotional, and their progress.
In order to reach and teach struggling students, school personnel should:
Develop a deep and abiding philosophy that informs their classroom strategies and approaches
Possess a knowledge base related to the causes and consequences of learning disorders
Possess a collection of effective strategies that assist students.
This seminar will discuss and demonstrate these three concepts, based on the speakers' decades of experience as teachers, school leaders, clinicians and consultants.
Dr. Robert Brooks, PhD
Internationally recognized psychologist, speaker and author on the themes of resilience, motivation, school and work climate, and family relationships.
Rick Lavoie, M.A., M.Ed.
Award-winning expert in learning disabilities who has three degrees in Special Education, served as an administrator of residential programs for children with special needs for 30 years, and has served as a consultant for numerous publications and national organizations.
Questions? Contact Outreach Director Mary Brotherton at firstname.lastname@example.org
MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND THIS SPECIAL, IMPORTANT EVENT!