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Who do you know at your school and across your state that may need to know about your success with Learning Ally? It's easy to share why ear reading benefits students and how audiobooks enhance learning. Help us spread the word so that more students can find success!

Sharing is Caring   People feel comfortable when information is recommended by someone they know and trust. The purpose of education is to share your knowledge with others.  Share Learning Ally with colleagues and show them how audiobooks make a difference with your students.  By sharing, you enable colleagues to empower ...

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Login to Teacher Ally, download your student's first audiobook, access resources created for you. Let us be your partner in the classroom to help your students with print disabilities achieve sucess. Let us be your partner in the classroom to help your students with print disabilities achieve success. Login to ...

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We are here to provide you with the resources to help you introduce Learning Ally to your students, align audiobooks with your reading programs, guide you to start book clubs, and help make your students engaged readers. We are here to provide you with the resources to help you ...

When students begin reading with audiobooks, they are often excited about new opportunities to read higher level books, their comprehension improves, and they are inspired to discuss what they are reading. Follow the steps below to start a Learning All book club with your students. Download this guide to ...

  Great Reading Games Date: January 8th, 2018 - February 23rd, 2018 The Great Reading Games gives students who might normally be excluded from reading contests a chance to be recognized for their efforts and improve their ...

How Do Audiobooks Help Learners with Learning Disabilities? Research suggests that eighty percent of students with a learning disability have dyslexia, a language-based neurological processing difference which makes it difficult to manipulate sounds, decode words, and read text fluently. This language delay ...