Transitions: Empowering independent learning
Same conference. Same format. Different date.
Traditionally held in January, Lynn University Transitions: Empowering Independent Learning Conference brings together experts and professionals from all over the country to help students with learning differences transition from high school to higher education.
The keynote speaker and informative breakout sessions provide in-depth lectures on ADHD/ADD, dyslexia, executive functioning, ASD and other learning differences. It's perfect for education professionals, psychologists, university-bound students and parents.
For university-bound students: A day in the life of a college freshman
Students learn firsthand what they can expect their first year in college. Brief breakout sessions include transition topics such as housing, advising and learning strategies. Students experience lunch in the dining commons, tour the campus and see a dorm room.
Early bird registration begins March 29, 2018.
Check back in spring 2018 for complete speaker lists, biographies, topics and program schedule.
Have questions now? Contact Peggy Peterson at email@example.com or by phone at +1 561-237-7766.
2018 call for proposals
Lynn University’s Institute for Achievement and Learning is seeking submissions for the ninth annual Transitions—Empowering Independent Learning conference. We invite anyone wishing to provide an informational session to submit a proposal.
Conference speakers must be willing to provide their services without expectation of payment for the good of the educational profession and in support of the goals and objectives of the conference. Presenters are limited to one major presentation and sessions MUST not promote commercial products and/or services.
Deadline for proposal submission is Feb. 1, 2018.
Ticket required. Free with Lynn ID.