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
Mar. 12-13, 2020

Brain Frames: Graphic scaffolds for language, literacy, teaching and learning

OPEN course for pre-K to 12 teachers in all content areas.

Disorganization derails the success of too many students in school.  With effective tools at their fingertips, teachers can make all the difference.  Brain Frames are proven strategies for teachers in all grades and all content areas who want to streamline their teaching and strengthen their students’ organization skills.

This course is a two-day deep dive into using Brain Frames for: teaching new concepts, assessing student understanding, supporting reading comprehension and note taking, sharpening study skills, and designing lessons around your own curriculum content.  Join us if you need practical strategies you can use immediately to bridge the gap in students’ organization skills.

Registration form and details are HERE.

Natick, MA
Oct. 16, 2020

Executive functions, reading comprehension, and writing: Why kids struggle and what works

Bonnie Singer, Ph.D.

Presentation for The Dyslexia Foundation Conference

Boston, MA
Dec 4-6, 2020

Invited sessions for the 2020 Special Education Network & Inclusion Association conference

Bonnie Singer, Ph.D.

  • Brain Frames: Graphic scaffolds for language, literacy, teaching and learning  (full-day pre-conference workshop)
  • Supporting students with verbal working memory limitations  (conference presentation)
  • Influence of anxiety on language performance in the classroom  (conference presentation)
Incheon, Korea