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Information and Strategies for Supporting Your Student


Landmark College’s commitment to educating students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ADHD, autism, and executive function challenges extends to families and caregivers. Our microlearning modules present essential information, strategies, and tools to support your student.

To support connections and encourage depth, we organize module topics by shared themes. All themes and topics come from Landmark College families and students who participated in our surveys and focus groups.

Packages

Moving from Stigma to Strengths
Topics: Neurodiversity, Growth Mindset, EF Friendly Classrooms, Digital Accessibility, Universal Design for Learning
Price: $149.99
Each resource is available for two months after the purchase date.
Identifying & Pursuing Postsecondary Education Options
Topics: Invisible Curriculum, Online Learning, Choosing the Right College, Applying to College, Short-Term & Gap-Year Options
Price: $149.99
Each resource is available for two months after the purchase date.

Free Resources

Immersive Reader in Microsoft Word
Topic: Immersive Reader in Microsoft Word
FREE
Each resource is available for two months after the purchase date.
Moving from Stigma to Strengths
Topics: Neurodiversity, Growth Mindset, EF Friendly Classrooms, Digital Accessibility, Universal Design for Learning
Price: $149.99

Topics

Topics are curated by members of the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT), including LC students and families, alums, staff, and faculty.

For further instruction in these topics and others, browse our post-baccalaureate online course offerings.

Growth Mindset
Reflect on your mindsets in different situations so that you can talk with your student about how you can help them grow as a learner.
Invisible Curriculum
Track and evaluate the types of skills that you want your student to develop so that they may become increasingly independent learners.
Universal Design for Learning
Identify Universal Design for Learning (UDL) strategies that can reduce or remove the barriers preventing your student from achieving the learning objectives for any course or project.
Neurodiversity
Identify three things you can do to support your student’s exploration of neurodiversity as an empowering experience.
Inclusive Learning Technologies That Help
Encourage your student to identify and experiment with learning technologies that may help them reach their learning goals.
Invisible Curriculum
Track and evaluate the types of skills that you want your student to develop so that they may become increasingly independent learners.
Short-term and Gap Year Options 
Familiarize yourself with short-term and gap-year options that may provide your student with the transitional experiences they need before attending college full time.
Applying to Colleges 
Construct a timeline you and your student can follow for applying to colleges.
Choosing the Right College
Help your student choose a college that is the right match for their academic and social growth.
Online Learning
Know what to consider when you are evaluating online learning opportunities with your student.
Immersive Reader in Microsoft Word 
Help your student improve their reading, focus, memory and comprehension skills with Immersive Reader in Microsoft Word.
Applying to Colleges 
Construct a timeline you and your student can follow for applying to colleges.

What to Expect

Microlearning is a learning modality characterized by small bursts of information 5 to 15 minutes in length that you can apply immediately. Each of our modules contains:​

  • One learning objective that supports your student’s transition to college
  • Essential information about the topic and why it matters for your student’s transition to college
  • An activity or action item to be completed with your student and shared with learning support staff
  • Three to five select resources for further learning, including related topics in our collection
  • A list of references that inform the unit’s content
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The campus of Landmark College, surrounded by the verdant mountains of southern Vermont, provides safe learning space for students with various forms of learning challenges including Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and EF Challenges.
Landmark College
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The campus of Landmark College, surrounded by the verdant mountains of southern Vermont, provides safe learning space for students with various forms of learning challenges including Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and EF Challenges. Landmark College
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