At Learning Ally, our priority is to make sure every educator is prepared to help struggling readers become engaged, independent learners. Join us for an exclusive professional learning session designed to help you deliver a deeper, richer learning experience using Learning Ally Audiobook Solutions in a blended/virtual classroom environment. LIVE session on October 14th.
Strategies for Virtual Learning for Students with Dyslexia
Considering the complexities of providing intervention, accommodations, and other supports for students with dyslexia in a virtual learning environment, can be intimidating. Join us for this edWebinar where we’ll be offering some tips, techniques, and strategies designed to keep your students with learning in a virtual environment.
How to Build a Partnership with Families as They Lead Education in the Home
As educators in this unprecedented time, teaching and learning outside the walls of our classrooms can be effective and engaging; we just need to enlist the help of parents and families to carry out the continuation of learning at home. Join Barbara Steinberg in this edWebinar as she reveals essential aspects of forging this relationship that can create active ongoing learning.
In order to create a learning environment that feels safe, comfortable and empowering for students, schools need to adhere to some basic guiding principles and practices. In this edWebinar, Learning Ally’s Terrie Noland shares how to create a supportive culture for your students who are struggling readers. (Prior recording)
EdWebinar: 45 Ways to Support Struggling Readers: A Schoolwide Approach
The statistics are staggering: More than 10 million American students struggle to read, but only 2.3 million are identified and even fewer receive special help. As school leaders, we need to bridge that gap by creating a culture of reading when reading is a barrier. We need to empower and support educators with school-wide programs that embrace different learning styles and prioritize continuity from one grade to the next. (Prior recording)
EdWeb Webinar: Why Readers Fail and How to Break the Cycle
This edWebinar explores the fundamentals of failure and how to keep students from spiraling into chronic failure. Learn effective and evidence-based strategies to support struggling readers in building grit and determination in their failure while keeping them from a perpetual cycle of failure that has detrimental outcomes. (Prior recording)
Reading Instruction: When You Know Better, You Do Better
Whether you are an educator or an administrator who is driving forward a reading initiative, this webinar is perfect for you. Watch Terrie Noland, Vice President of Educator Leadership and Learning at Learning Ally, as she shares her journey, reflecting on her days as a preschool teacher and director, and what she would have done differently if she had known better, allowing her to ultimately, do better. (Prior recording)
EdWebinar: Fulfilling Students Potential Through Engaged Literacy Practices
This recorded edWebinar will shed light on how to immerse K-12 learners in engaging literacy experiences to fulfill their potential as readers and writers in the 21st Century. Literacy directly impacts the success of a student throughout their educational career. (Prior recording)