Strong Learning LEARN Method

Reversing the Reading Crisis

Dr. Linda Silbert will show you how in one of these Professional Development Courses!

3 CTLE Hour Course offered by BOCES

The LEARN Method: What it is and how it can be used to support struggling and dyslexic readers?
July 14, 2022 from 9:00am – 12:00pm
Live event via Zoom

The “LEARN” Method helps all children learn to read. It is based on:
1. Quick assessment to gauge the student’s level and know where to start.
2. Engage emotionally and socially.
3. Activation of body and mind through play, singing, and more!
4. Repetition of activities to reinforce the learning.
5. Reassessment.

The “LEARN” Method provides lots of purposeful, playful practice and quick re-assessment. It incorporates the Orton-Gillingham approach and SEL competencies.

All participants will receive a copy of the text, The Strong Learning LEARN Method – Teaching Phonics the Way Children Learn, and one SuperDeck card game to engage your students in purposeful, playful practice.

1.5 Credit Course offered by Everyone Reading

Phonics in a Nutshell
To Make Good Teachers Even Better!
April 5, 2022 from 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Live event via Zoom

The purpose of this course is to provide you, the K-12 teacher, with a fast and simple course, to learn how to teach phonics or review what you’ve already learned.

This fun and easy-to-follow course is based on the Strong Learning LEARN Method which focuses on teaching the way children learn.

All attendees will receive FREE the 67 page text book Phonics in a Nutshell which includes over 40 no prep lessons to help your students read in record time! Perfect for both classroom teachers and parents.

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The Strong Learning LEARN Method Works!

We developed the Strong Learning LEARN Method after years of research and working directly with students both in and out of the classroom environment.  In fact, we continue to test our methods daily and evolve them as student needs change.  

The Strong Learning LEARN Method works because it lowers student anxiety, keeps students’ attention and provides purposeful, playful practice. It is based on the fact that it is essential to engage students, and most of all keep them engaged, in order for learning to happen. 

While you’re here, we encourage you to explore these learning resources on our site:

Link to the Tale of Tiger Tuesday Story.

Link to video of children playing (and learning) using our resources.

Link to the game directions in our “Free Resources” section.

Link to our complete assortment of learning games and other resources.