“Audiobooks are cheating.” These are words that we hear so often when it comes to providing struggling readers with the crucial tools they need to access grade level content and curriculum. In this edWebinar, Terrie Noland, National Director, Educator Engagement, Learning Ally, will debunk popular myths of audiobooks related to academic success. Join her for an exploration of these topics:
What does cheating really mean?
What are the effects of audiobooks on eye reading?
What is the value that audiobooks bring to a struggling reader?
How are audiobooks and academic results connected?
About the Presenter
Terrie Noland is the National Director, Educator Engagement for Learning Ally. She has more than 22 years of experience as both a trainer and developer of content for educators and administrators. Her focus for the past five years has been on the pedagogical practices needed to create effective environments for students with dyslexia. Terrie has trained groups numbering in the thousands helping to build better understanding of working with struggling readers. She is currently pursuing certification as an Academic Language Therapist.