Meet Lena Jahn

lena jahn

Education

  • M.A.T., School for International Training
  • B.A., Stockholm University, Sweden


Teaching Experience

  • 20 years of Teaching and Academic Adivisng Experience


Professional Presentations & Publications

  • “Best Practices for Advising Students with LD and/or ADHD,” co-designed online training module for “Demo Disabilities” grant, Landmark Institute for Research and Training (2008).
  • “Transitions to College Settings:  A Personal Manual for Students with LD and ADHD,” co-author of Title III Grant Project (2003).
  • "Getting Involved, Getting Connected:  Building Relationships in the Classroom to Support Learning,” co-presenter, National Learning Communities Conference (Bay City, MI - November 2010).
  • "Strength-Based Approach to Development of Academic Strategies for Students with LDs," guest lecturer for a Master's level course on dyslexia, Department of Psychology, Uppsala University (Sweden - April 2000, October 2001, April 2002, January 2003, January 2004 & October 2005).
  • “Transitions: An Individualized Approach for College Students with LD and ADHD,” co-presenter, AHEAD Regional Conference, Dean College (Franklin, MA - May 2003).


Roles at Landmark

  • Associate Professor, First Year Studies Department
    • Foundations in Learning
  • Faculty Senate
    • Secretary
    • Executive Committee Member


Academic Interests

  • Transition to Post-Secondary Education
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Effects of Exercise on Learning