Services for Teachers

Learning Techniques, Ltd. offers professional learning options designed to help educators develop practical skills and enhance implementation of Wilson® programs: Fundations®, Just Words®, and Wilson Reading System® (WRS). Parents who want to learn more are welcome to register for our training as well.

The first step in professional learning is attendance at a workshop for the selected program. Public workshop offerings are scheduled monthly, at Maggiano's Little Italy in Oak Brook, Illinois.  Participating in authentic Wilson® professional learning ensures that you receive high-quality, practical instruction which supports program fidelity.

For continued development, teachers may want to pursue WRS Level I Certification and WRS Level II Certification. Wilson strongly recommend that students needing intense remediation with the Wilson Reading System receive instruction from a WRS Certified Teacher. WRS Certification can also be helpful to those implementing Fundations or Just Words to build a stronger understanding of the principles on which all of Wilson’s programs are based.

Those who participate in Wilson’s professional learning workshops and coursework receive access to the corresponding program’s online Learning Community which provides additional resources and support for ongoing success.

For schools and districts implementing one of Wilson’s programs, professional learning for a group of educators is encouraged. On-site development in collaboration with our expert team provides the opportunity for educators to develop their skills and understanding in the use of the selected program(s), and builds a culture of fidelity and sustainability in their school and district. Please print and complete a Professional Learning and Teacher Support Literacy Plan Request to start the discussion about how we can help your school or district.

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Our Location


Learning Techniques, Ltd


1600 Ravinia Place

Orland Park, IL  60462

P:  708.460.3933

F:  708.575.0402

To accommodate the busy schedules of students and their families, we maintain a flexible-hour schedule six days per week, Monday through Saturday, throughout the year. One-hour learning sessions are scheduled at times that are mutually convenient for students, families and teachers, including mornings, afternoons and evenings, weekdays and weekends. Summer programs are also available.