The South Carolina branch of IDA is hosting their annual regional conference on Saturday, Nov. 3 in Columbia, South Carolina. You won’t want to miss this event on “Multi-sensory Math and Literacy: Strategies for Struggling Students.” Click below for more information:
Save the Date for the 17th Annual Timothy B. and Jane A. Burnett Seminar for Academic Achievement
Monday, Nov. 5 | 1 – 4 p.m.
Book signing to follow, 4 – 5 p.m.
George Watts Hill Alumni Center, Chapel Hill
Free and open to the public
The topic this year is “Ready for Takeoff: Preparing Teens with ADHD or LD for College” featuring Dr. Theresa Maitland, a leading expert on college students with ADHD/LD.
The Burnett Seminar targets parents of teens and young adults with ADHD/LD. Its mission is to inspire this population that success in life is possible. In this presentation, Dr. Maitland will share what parents and professionals can do to increase the odds that transitioning teens with ADHD/LD will be ready to navigate successfully in college.
Here are some of the Professional Development opportunities around our state:
- Hill Center Teacher Training Workshops offered throughout the year in Durham
- Key Learning Center Orton-Gillingham and Key Learning Center Multisensory Math Training offered in Asheville this summer
- Keys to Literacy Professional Development (Includes online courses)
- Wilson Language Training Workshops offered in the Charlotte and Raleigh areas this summer
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