Online learning can present obstacles and challenges for any student, particularly those with a learning difference (LD). Our panel will explore how the explosion of online learning in the past two years has exposed the strengths and weaknesses of this format for students with LD.
Who has benefited and who still struggles?
How can online teaching be modified to produce successful strategies for students with LD and attention challenges?
Join us to hear the stories of success and triumph that have emerged from the experience of teaching and learning online.
Dr. Gail Gibson Sheffield, vice president for academic affairs at Landmark College
Tabitha Mancini, Director of Outreach for Online Programs Landmark College
Dean Bragonier, Founder and Executive Dyslexic, NoticeAbility Inc
Amory Donohue, Education Entrepreneur and Founder of Language in Action
Will Donohue, sophomore at Landmark College