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Share this video of students across the country turning their struggles into success with Learning Ally audiobooks. Share this video of students across the country turning their struggles into success with Learning Ally audiobooks'

The Learning Ally team picked out engaging titles from our 80,000+ human-read audiobooks that will excite your students to get reading. Download Attached Reading List 

There are many different ways to engage with text, some of which are more approachable for students with reading disabilities. As your struggling readers begin to have new and more positive experiences with text, they will gain skills and confidence. Here are seven ways to get started. Read more in ...

When students go undiagnosed, the damage can be devastating to their self-esteem. But, when they have the tools they need to keep up with their peers, reading goals are often achieved. Learn the seven common signs of dyslexia and share this information with other educators to be sure all ...

Did you know that while 10 million American students struggle to read, only 2.3 million receive special help? We put together a free downloadable guide for school leaders on 45 practical ways you can create a culture of reading when reading is a barrier for students in your school ...

Use this checklist for students grades K-2 and 3-8 to mark any signs your students are showing in the following categories: language, writing, reading, or social/emotional. If your student displays several indicators, you may want to schedule a meeting to discuss further assessments. https://1in5.learningally.org/Portals/explore1in5/Docs/explore1in5/LA_PotentialIndicators_Teachers_R.pdf

1 in 5 students have a learning difference called dyslexia. Download and share this infographic that quickly shows a dyslexic student's strengths and weaknesses as well as ways to support students with dyslexia. https://learningally.org/Portals/6/Docs/TeacherResources/WhatIsDyslexia_Infographic_Edu.jpg

Would it surprise your colleagues to learn that using audiobooks in the classroom can improve reading scores? There are actually quite a few things you may want to share about teaching with audiobooks. We explore some of the most pervasive myths in our latest infographic. https://learningally.org/Portals/6/Docs/TeacherResources/why-audiobooks-work_learning-ally-infographic.pdf

When students leave your school to attend another school, begin home school or transition to college, they will want to continue using Learning Ally. This letter provides simple steps to keep their access to Learning Ally and includes a portion they can share with their new school to educate ...

View a list of ways to support students with dyslexia in your classroom. Each student may thrive with a variety of different accommodations for spelling, testing, reading, writing, math and homework. Get ideas and try accommodations to determine which will best support your student and classroom needs. Please download attached ...