Landmark Faculty Presenting at LDA Conference
Join representatives from Landmark School at the Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) Annual International Conference, February 18–21, 2019, in Fort Worth, Texas.
Stop by our exhibit booth #300 to meet Libby Parker, director of Admission, along with faculty presenters Chris Woodin and Bruce Miller to learn more about Landmark's High School, Elementary•Middle School, and summer programs.
"The Conference was excellent. All the keynote speakers were very inspiring and shared wealth of information. It helped me reflect on my teaching and ways on how to improve in teaching my students with special needs. " —LDA conference website
Christopher L. Woodin
Conference Topic: Develop Cardinality and Number Sense with Whole to-Part Icons of Quantity
Chris has been with Landmark School since 1986. He is a graduate of Middlebury College and the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and he is currently the mathematics department head at Landmark Elementary•Middle School. Chris has published several articles through the Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity. His latest book is entitled Multiplication and Division Facts for the Whole-to-Part Visual Learner. Chris is one of our most popular presenters who travels around the country and the globe, sharing his innovative method of teaching multi-modal math instruction.
Conference Topic: Students with Learning Disabilities Need Government and Civics Instruction, Too
Bruce Miller has worked at Landmark School for 30 years and is a frequent presenter at local and national conferences. His topics relate to making social studies curriculum accessible to students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities (LBLD). Bruce is the head of Landmark's Elementary•Middle School social studies program. During his tenure at Landmark, he has acted as a teacher, residential team leader, academic advisor, and coach of wrestling, soccer, and various intramural sports.