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Determine which students are eligible, ensure your IT team and devices are ready and learn about educator roles and how to add teachers to Learning Ally's Educator Portal.

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Determine which students are eligible, ensure your IT team and devices are ready and learn about educator roles and how to add teachers to Learning Ally's Educator Portal.

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Understand the four roles in Learning Ally's Educator Portal and how each role can support a successful implementation in your school or district.

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IT Guides Ensure your IT team and devices are ready using the following guides System Requirements Learning Ally IT Guide

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Depending on the technology at your school, you will be able to implement Learning Ally in different ways. Use these guidelines to determine which technology options are best for your students and your classroom. You might also get some new ideas depending on your access to technology! https://www.learningally.org/Portals/6/Docs/TeacherResources/Tech%20Situation.pdf

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Read our audiobooks on multiple devices including Mac, PC, iOS, Android and Chromebooks! Download our app and have your student login to begin reading! Our audiobooks can be read on multiple devices including Apple or Android smartphones and tablets, PC or Mac computers, or Chromebooks. Learning Ally LinkĀ Getting Started Guide Learning ...

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Classrooms that build in a human voice audiobook collection right alongside the print book are leveling the playing field for students who need additional supports in getting access to classroom content and curriculum. Read and share this reading skill development chart, to understand how human-read audiobooks directly support reading ...

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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 ...

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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

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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

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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

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