Assistive technology teachers working at schools in the Fairfax County, VA school district, one of the largest in the United States, are finding that the use of audiobooks is improving access to grade-level content while also developing the love of reading that motivates many students to continue improving.
This edWebinar will take an insightful look into what struggling readers know they need but can’t always explain. Administrators will gain an understanding of how their students feel and will learn practical ways to support their academic and social-emotional development.
In this edWebinar, join two of FCPS’ assistive technology team leaders for a panel presentation with time for questions and answers.
This edWebinar will help educators understand the relationship between the Spanish language and phonological processing and support students.
This edWebinar will explore the fundamentals of failure and how to keep students from spiraling into chronic failure. Learn effective and evidence-based strategies to support struggling readers in building grit and determination in their failure while keeping them from a perpetual cycle of failure that has detrimental outcomes.
In this edWebinar, Learning Ally’s Terrie Noland explores specific accommodations and tools to support student’s right in the general education classroom.
More than 10 million American students struggle to read, but only 2.3 million are identified and even fewer receive special help; schools must provide support for struggling students by creating a culture of reading. In “45 Ways to Support Struggling Readers: A School-Wide Approach,” hosted by edWeb.net and sponsored by Learning Ally, Terrie Noland, Learning Ally National Director, Educator Engagement; and Kristy Mathieu, Kiker Elementary, Austin, TX, presented tips for how schools can support struggling readers.