Can Audio and/or Digital Books Improve Your Child’s Learning Outcomes? – Part l – National Center for Learning Disabilities | NCLD.org – NCLD


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Child wearing headphones Research now demonstrates that when children with LD are given accessible instructional materials often referred to as AIM — textbooks or learning materials that are delivered in audio and/or digital formats — they can excel in school and also learn to enjoy reading. via Can Audio and/or Digital Books Improve Your Child’s Learning Outcomes? - Part l - National Center for Learning Disabilities | NCLD.org - NCLD.
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2 Responses to Can Audio and/or Digital Books Improve Your Child’s Learning Outcomes? – Part l – National Center for Learning Disabilities | NCLD.org – NCLD

  1. Annie Sims says:

    Hello,
    I am very interested in listening to the podcast – Can Audio and/or Digital Books Improve Your Child’s Learning Outcomes? – Part l – National Center for Learning Disabilities | NCLD.org – NCLD, however there seems to be a problem and the link does not work. Can you please help me with this? I would also like to subscribe to your blog, but am unable to do this too.

    Thanks,
    Annie Sims

    • admin says:

      Hi Annie,
      I apologize for all the problems associated with this post. Thanks so much for calling them to may attention. I think I have corrected everything. You will find players for pages 1 and 2 of this article directly underneath the text.

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