Teachers across the nation are discovering how easy it is to help students with print disabilities read, learn and succeed. A national nonprofit, Learning Ally provides the world's largest library of human narrated books produced for students with disabilities. Teachers can share this vast collection of accessible educational content with their students, providing truly differentiated instruction to suit individual learning styles. They can also monitor monitor students' progress, help them read at grade level for the long term and stay on track with their peers. For info, visit www.learningally.org/educator
Series Producer & director: Doug Sprei, National Director of Communications; Editing: Wanakhavi Wakhisi, Richfield Productions; Videography: Thom Wolfe (NJ), David Pelcyger (CO).
Brief stories of remarkable students who are thriving in college and careers -- proving that disabilities like blindness or dyslexia aren't barriers to success. All of these students are recent recipients of Learning Ally's National Achievement Awards and these videos were shown as the students were honored at the annual NAA Galas in Denver and Washington, DC over the past several years.
Series Producer & Director: Doug Sprei @Learning_Ally. Videography: Wanakhavi Wakhisi, Steven Schecter, David Pelcyger, Tage Plantel, Bryan Maslin, Gino Bruno, Thom Wolf, David Rose. Production coordinators: Debbie Marton, Poonam Balani, Liz Barnes, Hope Greenberg, Tara Goldberg. Visit https://LearningAlly.org