Take note of these upcoming workshops, trainings, and presentations:

All scheduled and confirmed professional development opportunities are listed here. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, please check back.

Date Event Location
Aug. 2017 - June 2018

EmPOWER: A method for teaching expository writing

Bonnie Singer, Ph.D.; Jessica Curtin, M.Ed.

On-going courses for:

  • Conservatory Lab Charter School (MA)
  • Hillside School (PA)
  • Marblehead Public Schools (MA)
  • Reeths Puffer Schools and Muskegon Area Intermediate School District (MI)
  • Odyssey School (MD)
  • Summit School (MD)
Dec. 8, 2017

Teaching executive function skills for homework and project management

Dr. Bonnie Singer.  Closed workshop for the Landmark School.

Prides Crossing, MA
March 16-17, 2018

The influence of anxiety on the self-regulation of academic writing

Dr. Bonnie Singer and Dr. Anthony Bashir.  Presentation for the 33rd Annual Learning Differences Conference at Harvard University.

Cambridge, MA
Mar 27-31, 2018

East Asia Regional Counsel of Schools Teachers Conference

  • Brain Frames: Graphic strategies for language, literacy, teaching, and learning.  Dr. Bonnie Singer.  Full day pre-conference workshop.
  • Overcoming the blank stare:  Supporting students with writing anxiety.  Dr. Bonnie Singer and Dr. Ann Helmus.  Conference workshop.
  • The influence of ADHD on reading comprehension.  Dr.  Bonnie Singer.  Conference workshop.


Bangkok, Thailand
April 20, 2018

Pre-writing, summarizing, and paraphrasing:  Teaching and learning strategies for ALL learners

Dr. Bonnie Singer.  Full-day presentation for the Maryland Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s annual convention.

Annapolis, MD
April 26 - 27, 2018

What does this chunk do?  A meaning-based approach for teaching complex syntax to school-age students. 

Dr. Bonnie Singer.  Full-day workshops for the NY Department of Education.  Manhattan (4/26); Bronx (4/27).

New York, NY
May 22, 2018

A sentence-level framework for written language intervention

Dr. Bonnie Singer and Angela Tamborella.  Webinar for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.