Friday & Saturday, March 22-23, 2013 
at the Harvard Graduate School of Education 
This pioneering, internationally renowned conference, now in its 28th year, is the first of its kind to introduce the critical importance of executive function processes into the education and psychology  communities.

Educators earn up to 12 instructional hours! 

Why is this conference unique?
  • Learn from colleagues and experts in the fields of education and psychology. 
  • Network with attendees from around the world.
  • Discuss current research, theory and real world practices.
  • Gain knowledge of practical strategies for the classroom.  

Why do participants return year after year?

  • This conference is a mindfully orchestrated series of presentations from top researchers in education, neuroscience, and psychology.
  • This is not just a set of disconnected talks; all the talks are thematic and integrated.     

Is this conference for general education teachers?  

  • YES!
  • We combine theory, cutting-edge research, as well as practical strategies that all educators can use in their classrooms on Monday morning. 


Includes speaker list & complete schedule

 LD Conference 2012
Dr. Lynn Meltzer, Conference Chair
"Excellent job  coordinating and scaffolding topics. The speakers complimented each other and there were so many thought provoking moments."
Dale Miller, Teacher, University School, FL, 2012 Conference Attendee
  A few of this year's speakers include:

Dr. Donald Deshler
Professor, Dept. of Special Education; Director, Center for Research on Learning, University of Kansas

Dr. Jerome Schultz

Dr. Jerry Schultz
Clinical Neuropsychologist; Dept. of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Kathleen Nadeau
Kathleen Nadeau  
Director, Chesapeake ADHD Center
Save $$$
REGISTER by Thursday,
February, 28th to SAVE!

Individual, group and friend discounted rates available for a limited time!

One day rates just added!  
Visit for details. 
Discounts expire after February 28, 2013
Contact Anna Lavelle
Research Institute for Learning and Development (ResearchILD)
781-861-3711 x22