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Encourage others to learn about Learning Ally and your reading success by hanging this poster about your students reading with Learning Ally's human-read audiobooks.

Start a conversation with your students around which 33 and Me! reading goal will be best for them. They can make return to this sheet to track their progress towards their goals. Download PDF file atached

Check out eight strategies to help implement audiobooks in your classroom. Decide which ones will work best for you based on grade level and environment. Download attached document (PDF)

Need a quick and easy way to share students' Learning Ally credentials with them? Create a business card for each student! Edit the downloadable template in Word and print on Avery 5371 paper to create quick and easy handouts for each of your students.' Download the template.

Encourage reading at home by explaining Learning Ally to parents. Copy and paste this letter onto your school letterhead, make your own personal adjustments and voila, you have a great way to share how Learning Ally can and should be used at home.

Welcome! We know that your students’ success is a priority for you, and we want to be your  partner in the classroom to help you meet the needs of your struggling readers.    By participating in Learning Ally’s Readers are Leaders pilot, you will have access ...

No one likes a goal thrust upon them. Goal setting when reading with audiobooks should be a collaborative process between the teacher and student. We were so excited to have you watch this video and provide you with the content, that we are allowing you to ...

After a year of implementing Learning Ally in the classroom, Connie recognized that the program was having a major impact on her students, so she decided to apply for a grant to obtain more devices for them. Titling her narrative in the grant application, “If I can hear it, ...

After a student selects a book to read, use this KWL worksheet to help your students organize their thoughts about what they know about the subject they will be reading about, what they want to know, and what they learned after finishing the story or passage.

Hundreds of struggling readers are benefitting from access to Learning Ally's audiobooks.  Read how one school district in New Jersey has been successfully using Learning Ally for more than three years.