Kids out of school, what to do?
So many resources, which one to use?
Reading in the chaos, can it be?
YES, says the LEARN honeybee.
Read a book a day and you’re OK.
Tell a story, that’s another way.
Share your reading chaos and tag 5 friends!
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to keep it going.
Where Can I Find a Great Book Suggestion?
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What is LEARN?
The Language, Literacy, Education and Research Network (LEARN) is part of the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at the MGH Institute of Health Professions.
LEARN is committed to improving educational practices to support the literacy needs of all children.
We are a team of researchers, professors, teachers, special educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents working together to help you create and sustain positive change in literacy education. We specialize in best practices in language and literacy across regular and special education. Our mission is to enhance implementation of evidence-based practices through online and in-person professional learning and development, graduate coursework, curriculum analysis and design, coaching, and consulting.
If you are a leader seeking change, a legislator, an administrator, an educator, or a parent, we are your central resource for the most current research and practice in language and literacy and your partner in creating change supporting every child’s language and literacy development. We have the expertise you need to create the change you envision.
Our MGH IHP Affiliates Include:
- The Speech Language and Literacy Center
- Speech and Language Literacy Lab (SAiL)
- The Brain, Education & Mind Lab (BEAM)
- The Cognitive Neuroscience Group (CNG)
- The Written Expressive Language and Literacy Collaborative (WELL)
- Continuing and Professional Development
- Language and Literacy Certificate Online Program