What are IQs?
IQ stands for “Important Questions.”
We wanted to give you the opportunity to ask the hard questions. The questions about language and literacy that you haven’t been able to tackle alone.
a college student
or you just want to learn more about how to help children who are deaf and hard of hearing achieve literacy
We want to hear from you.
There are two different avenues from which to choose –
1. Dear Jessica…
You’ll ask our Literacy Specialist, Jessica, any questions you have about language and literacy. Jessica Bergeron is a certified teacher of the deaf and taught for five years at the Atlanta Speech School. She is currently a doctoral candidate and is working towards a Ph.D. in Special Education with a concentration in Deaf Education. As part of her studies, she worked as a classroom teacher and researcher for Georgia State University’s DHH Literacy grant project for four years. Jessica currently works as the project manager and literacy content specialist for Georgia Pathway to Language and Literacy, a collaborative effort among professionals who serve children who are DHH in Georgia, working to ensure grade level reading for all children who are deaf and hard of hearing, regardless of modality. Jessica’s research interests include investigating children’s language outcomes using a parent training program that considers cultural and socio-economic factors.
2. Ask the Experts
You can ask any question related to Deaf Education and we’ll consult our panel of 40+ D/HH professionals, who happen to be some of the foremost thinkers and visionaries in the field. This is the opportunity of a lifetime right at your fingertips.
All you have to do is send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll email you back and you’ll see your question and answer featured on our blog.