The Texas Education Agency has provided funding for K-12 public and charter schools to support their struggling readers with the Learning Ally Audiobook Solution, including high quality, human-read audiobooks and a suite of educator resources.
TEA has provided free access for all K-12 public and charter school educators to attend the 2020 Spotlight on Dyslexia virtual conference. Join us for a full day of professional learning featuring keynote speakers Dr. Anita Archer and Emily Hanford plus 14 other experts in the fields of literacy, dyslexia and neuroscience. Have an immediate impact while earning up to 16 CE certificates by attending a full day of dyslexia focused learning.
Our Professional Learning Services are designed to help teachers maximize the power of the Learning Ally Audiobook Solution so they can help students with reading deficits unlock their full potential.
Delivered virtually by master educators and trainers, Learning Ally's Professional Learning Services help strengthen teachers' instructional capacity so they can deliver a deeper, richer learning experience for struggling readers and promote better academic outcomes.
Learn proven strategies to integrate the Learning Ally Audiobook Solution within daily instruction.
Discover how to use the Learning Ally Audiobook Solution to connect students to reading.
The Learning Ally Audiobook Solution is an essential multi-sensory accommodation that bridges the gap between students' ability to decode and their ability to comprehend, so they can access grade-level content with their peers. Our human-read audiobooks help students reach their academic potential by allowing them to focus on comprehension, retention and critical thinking, rather than the mechanics of reading.
Enroll today to access the Learning Ally Educator Portal or log in now. To ensure Learning Ally is helping your students succeed, explore our easy, three-step Implementation Success Plan or walk through it with a school success coach on Tuesdays at 3:30 ET or Thursdays at 5:00 ET.
Texas educator Laura Younts of Hays CISD explains how she implemented the Learning Ally Audiobook Solution to transform her classroom to support students with reading deficits to reach their full potential.
Students can add any of our more than 80,000 audiobooks to their personal online bookshelf, including classic literature, popular fiction and an array of educational titles. They can then login to our free app and download books from their bookshelf directly to their home or school-issued computer or mobile device, giving them access to this essential reading accommodation anytime, anywhere! The Learning Ally Audiobook Solution is compatible with PC, Mac, Chromebooks, Android and iOS devices.
The Learning Ally Audiobook Solution includes a wide range of TEA-adopted textbooks for a variety of courses and grade-levels, all in a format students with reading deficits can easily absorb.
Texas Studies Weekly Grade 2
Stepping Stones Core Mathematics Practice Book Grade 3
Texas Science Resources Grade 3
Texas Asi Se Dice: Level 1
Economics: New Ways of Thinking
Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications
Audio versions of instructional materials adopted under Proclamation 2010 forward must be ordered through the EMAT/EVI system. Audio versions adopted prior to Proclamation 2010 will continue to be ordered from Learning Ally, formerly known as Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic. Contact Gigi Franklin at bookorder@LearningAlly.org, or contact Customer Care at 800-221-4792.
Use the following resources to motivate students, share results with parents, and create a culture of reading in your school. More educators added to your school account will help you add and engage more readers. Spread the word at your school!
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Implementation Success Plan