Learning to Achieve Online Training

Free Learning to Achieve Online Training

 

The Learning to Achieve Training is based on the most rigorous research on Learning disabilities (LD) and provides a standard set of modules for online professional development. It addresses core concepts and special topics. It is designed to help adult educators understand learning disabilities in adults, including the neurobiological processes of learning, explicit instruction techniques, and how to actively support adults with LD in educational and work settings.

 

The online training consists of four stand alone modules:

  1. Learning to Achieve: Accommodations
  2. Learning to Achieve: English Language Learners
  3. Learning to Achieve: Neuroscience
  4. Learning to Achieve: Professional’s Guide to Educating Adults with Learning Disabilities

 

There are three available companion resources for download in pdf. at the Literacy Information and Communication System (LINCS) website

 The documents are:

  1. Learning to Achieve: A Review of the Research Literature On Serving Adults with Learning Disabilities   

 

  1. Learning to Achieve a Professional’s Guide to Educating Adults with Learning Disabilities An online guide is also available

 

  1. Learning to Achieve: A Review of the Research Literature on Employment experiences and Outcomes for Youth and Adults with Learning Disabilities

 

To register for the free training online modules go to: http://mp.cls.utk.edu

 

To access the pdf resource documents go to the LINCS website:   http://lincs.ed.gov/