• Elizabeth Ross

Why Do You Attend ResearchILD's Learning Differences Conference?



“Presenters have deep knowledge of their subjects … and give you strategies that you can use immediately.” — Stephan Stuntz, Assistant Director of Instructional Support, Woodstock Vermont Area Schools

Teachers, researchers, and administrators return year after year to ResearchILD's Learning Differences Conference. Why? Stephan Stuntz, an attendee from last year, shares why he loves the conference:



We have an exciting lineup of speakers and content to share at our 35th Learning Differences Conference on March 20–21, 2020, at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, MA.


This year we're focusing on executive function strategies as the antidote to stress in school.

You'll learn about:


  • The importance of executive function strategies in mediating stress and fostering persistence and resilience

  • Innovative research and the implications for effective clinical practice and classroom teaching

  • Executive function strategies that benefit all students from kindergarten through college and span reading, writing, math, and other content areas


Learn more about the conference and register today!


If you would like to know more about why teachers love ResearchILD's Learning Differences Conference, check out this blog post.


Hope to see you there!

Elizabeth Ross, M.A., SMARTS Media Manager

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