The Windward Institute

The Windward Institute is a division of and serves The Windward School and the broader educational community by:

  • Providing professional development;
  • Forming partnerships with leading education institutions;
  • Advocating for students with language-based learning disabilities; and
  • Expanding The Windward School's reputation and expertise

News & Announcements


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In this webinar from Children and Screens Ask The Expert series, featured expert panelists John S. Hutton, MD, MS, FAAP, Naomi S. Baron, PhD, Kristen Hawley Turner, PhD, and Rita Carter, Medical Journalist and Author, discussed current research on various mediums of reading with a focus on the impact of digital devices on cognitive development across the stages of life from birth and early childhood, to adolescence and adulthood

Read More about The Windward Institute’s Key Takeaways from the February 24, 2021 webinar, “Oh, The Places They’ll Go? Reading in a Digital World” hosted by Children and Screens Institute of Digital Media and Child Development
The Windward Institute New Faculty Spotlight: Connecting the Expertise of The Windward School with the Broader Community

Building from the research and delivery of professional development as well as the expertise and reputation of The Windward School and The Windward Teacher Training Program, The Windward Institute is committed to providing the same quality of opportunities for educators in the broader community.

Read More about The Windward Institute New Faculty Spotlight: Connecting the Expertise of The Windward School with the Broader Community

Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities

As of January 8, 2020, the Windward Teacher Training Institute rebranded as The Windward Institute. All courses and workshops will continue to be offered by Windward-trained instructors at the same locations and use the same scientifically-proven, research-based multisensory academic curriculum.