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Welcome to Learning Ally’s blog. You've come to the right place if you are an innovative teacher who wants to transform more struggling readers into grade-level achievers.


Learning Ally’s Reading App Keeps Getting Better

February 11, 2019 by Valerie Chernek

by Cher Ware, Classroom Integration Manager In an effort to continuously improve, Learning Ally’s reading app has new features to support struggling readers. These features ... Read More about Learning Ally’s Reading App Keeps Getting Better

Behavioral Strategies that Can Work with Struggling Students
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December 18, 2018 by Valerie Chernek

Children and teens in Denver, recognize Terrence Gordon. For years, they heard his distinctive voice and appreciated his unique ways of looking at the ... Read More about Behavioral Strategies that Can Work with Struggling Students

Fun and Educational Books to Match Calendar Events Throughout the Year
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December 3, 2018 by Valerie Chernek

by Kristin Longmuir, Learning Ally's Content Acquisition Specialist  Teacher’s monthly event calendars can be a great resource to explore special holidays, sports, the seasons, historical ... Read More about Fun and Educational Books to Match Calendar Events Throughout the Year

Learning Ally Receives Honorable Mention in 2018 Awards of Excellence by Technology & Learning
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November 28, 2018 by Valerie Chernek

For Immediate Release: November 28, 2018 - Princeton, NJ -- Learning Ally, a leading nonprofit education solutions organization providing high-quality, human-read audiobooks and a suite ... Read More about Learning Ally Receives Honorable Mention in 2018 Awards of Excellence by Technology & Learning

Decoding Versus Cognitive Ability
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November 3, 2018 by Valerie Chernek

By Terrie Noland, VP Education Initiatives   Automaticity is necessary in everything we do to move to higher order thinking skills and perform tasks flawlessly. In ... Read More about Decoding Versus Cognitive Ability