Looking for Heroes with Aidan Colvin
High school student with dyslexia and now author, Aidan Colvin discusses his dyslexia experience and his book of letters from famous dyslexics.
Is Listening to Audiobooks Cheating?
Terrie Noland debunks popular myths of audiobooks related to academic success. Receive a CE certificate from edWeb.
Building a Belief System for Social and Emotional Success
Terrie Noland shares how to cultivate and sustain a belief system in your school and in classroom that can move mountains for struggling readers.
Understand the four categories of student eligibility
Terrie Noland clarifies which students are eligible for Learning Ally and explains the new reading accommodation category.
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Support Struggling Readers Alongside Their Peers
Terrie Noland discusses specific accommodations and tools to support student’s right in the general education classroom.
Why Audiobooks Don't Work and All the Reasons They Do
Terrie Noland discusses effectively incorporating audiobooks as an assistive technology tool for students.
Creating a Dyslexia-Friendly School
Terrie Noland discusses how to create an empowering learning environment.
How to Support Dyslexic Students in Your School
Terrie Noland shares why students struggle, what to look for, and how to support with appropriate accommodations and interventions.
I Survived with Lauren Tarshis
Watch as Lauren Tarshis discusses her books and answers student questions.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid with Jeff Kinney
Watch as Jeff Kinney discusses his books and answers student questions.
The Impact of Oral Language on Reading Development
Understand how oral language development is learned and how it leads to written language competency.
Multi-sensory Reading Comprehension Strategies
A comprehension workshop that gives practical, research-based, multi-sensory strategies to implement in the classroom.
Dyslexia: Hidden Costs and Money-Saving Techniques for Districts
Join us to learn how implementing a strategic dyslexia plan in your district can save money. Receive a CE certificate from edWeb.
Top Assistive Technology to Support Grade 3-8 Readers
Join us to explore top assistive technology tools to ignite a love of reading in grades three to eight. Receive a CE certificate from edWeb.
Timesaving Strategies for Selecting Interventions for Struggling Readers
Cindy Kanuch discusses interventions by grade and skill level and provides walk-away strategies.
Dyslexia: Applying New Research
Susan E. Miller, M.A., LDT-C, Assistant Director of the Robinowitz Education Center, leadS this session on applying the latest research on supporting students with dyslexia.
No More Slipping Through the Cracks: Identify Dyslexia
Kathy Futterman, Ed.D. shares key insights on how to successfully support students with dyslexia in elementary and middle school.
45 Ways to Support Struggling Readers: A School-Wide Approach
Terrie Noland and 3rd grade teacher Kristy Mathieu share actionable ideas.
Assistive Technology for Struggling Readers
Explore a range of low and high-tech apps, software and cross-platform supports.
How To Move Your Entire District to Support Struggling Readers
Rob Frantum-Allen and Jackie Bott explain how their district created a model assistive technology program.
Serafina and the Black Cloak with Robert Beatty
Watch as Robert Beatty discusses his books and answers student questions.
Assistive Technology Supports for Struggling Writers
Discover a broad range of low and high tech applications to support your students struggling in the area of writing.
Motivate to Habit to Impact - Getting Students Engaged with Audiobooks
These webinars for Learning Ally schools with memberships will provide separate tips and strategies for the elementary, middle school and high school setting.
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