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Making reading accessible for all
Making reading accessible for all

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What does exemplary co-teaching look like in today’s progressive classrooms? Inclusion, diversity, acceptance, & audiobooks. Super good article by super cool teachers about reading and research. Please share! http://ow.ly/CUpv30jrnOV
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Celebrating Amazing teachers, like Nelda Reyes! http://ow.ly/j4Qc30jrqW7
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AWESOME School Video by the Academy at Nola Dunn, Texas honoring Mrs. Dana Blackaby and students for winning top prizes in Learning Ally's Great Reading Games. https://youtu.be/I_a1EzBUcMY
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Is dyslexia hiding in your classroom? Dr. Richard Wagner, the Associate Director of the Florida Center for Dyslexia Research, presented a Learning Ally educational webinar about his latest research to improve early identification and screening of children with #dyslexia. Please share this important blog. http://ow.ly/HuuB30jitI2
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What an incredible job I have to recognize amazing #K12 #teachers. Congratulations Paige Morra at Wells Elementary School in Plano, Tx. You make our world a brighter place! http://www.learningally.org/Educators/Educator-Nomination #lovemyjob #icoulddothiseverday http://ow.ly/i/E4SqJ http://ow.ly/i/E4Sr1 http://ow.ly/i/E4SxI
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Highland Park School District is now implementing Learning Ally's reading accommodation across all of the schools’ instructional framework in all grades. http://ow.ly/Negm30iHDEe
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Did you know that many of the world’s accomplished individuals have #dyslexia such as Writer John Irving, Arctic Explorer Ann Bancroft, Surgeon and CEO Delos Cosgrove, Sculptor Thomas Sayre, and Poet Phillip Schultz? http://ow.ly/dfph30iHDcr
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Audiobooks work whether you are a ‘right brain or left brain’ thinker. Lisa Willever, a former teacher and host of the Brainstorm educational channel, said “You and I might read fine from a printed book, but students with dyslexia may require a different experience, such as listening to text aloud and following highlighted words on a digital device. Whether you are a right brain or left-brain individual, ear reading may address your reading barriers through audiobooks.” http://ow.ly/rxrx30iHCyn
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