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Registration Open for Summer Trainings!

  Plan on joining us for our upcoming summer conferences featuring high-quality, intensive training on the current editions of Direct Instruction programs:

6th Annual Southwest DI Conference  

Trainer Training Institute-June 18-22, 2018

Conference-June 19-22, 2018  

San Antonio, Texas 

44th National Direct Instruction Conference and Institutes  

July 23-27, 2018

Eugene, Oregon 

  The San Antonio conference opening keynote will feature nationally recognized speaker Robert Pondiscio. We will offer the popular institute, Becoming an Effective Direct Instruction Trainer, beginning on June 18. Conference sessions begin on June 19, and are focused on the Kindergarten through 3rd grade levels of Reading Mastery Signature Edition, DISTAR Arithmetic, and Corrective Reading.

   The National Conference in Eugene will include up-to-date training on all levels of the DI programs, as well as sessions on classroom management, data collection and analysis and much more. Educational consultant and author Anita Archer will deliver the opening keynote. There are new sessions on targeted staff development and management and teaching techniques for teacher students with low-incidence disabilities. Eugene also features all of our institutes, including the Institute on Becoming an Effective DI Trainer, a revamped Coaching Institute, and the Administrators Institute: Effective Implementation and Supervision of DI. 

   Click the links above to download a complete brochure or to register for either conference. 

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