“What attracts me to this particular conference is that sense of belonging to a community who really cares about data, cares about research.”
– Lou Salza, educator
Every year educational professionals from across the United States and as far away as Bermuda, South Africa, and Singapore attend ResearchILD’s Learning Differences Conference. Many return year after year. What brings them back? Lou Salza, a widely respected educator in his field, explains:
This year Research Institute for Learning and Development (ResearchILD) will host the 35th annual Learning Differences Conference, “Executive Function Strategies: The Antidote to Stress in School,” on Friday and Saturday, March 20–21, 2020, at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA.
Presentations from experts in the fields of executive function, social-emotional learning, and learning differences (including ADHD and ASD) will focus on research and practical implications that address the needs of all students, especially those with learning and attention challenges.
Dr. Lynn Meltzer, President and Director of the Institutes for Learning and Development and conference founder, will chair the program. Featured speakers include:
- Dr. David Anderson, Senior Director, National Programs and Outreach at the Child Mind Institute
- Dr. Ellen Braaten, Co-Director of the Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds at MA General Hospital
- Peg Dawson, Psychologist and author
“The intersection of executive function and socio-emotional learning is critical to the understanding of how stress affects the lives of struggling learners everywhere. We are fortunate to be able to bring together many of the leading experts in the field to help educators address the needs of all students who struggle with attention, stress, anxiety, and learning challenges in their daily lives.” — Dr. Lynn Meltzer
Join fellow educators and experts on March 20–21 to learn more about “Executive Function Strategies: The Antidote to Stress in School.” For the complete conference agenda and registration details, please visit: https://www.researchild.org/ldc2020
- Elizabeth Ross, M.A., SMARTS Media Manager