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Fiction and Empathy

Did you know that engaging with fictional stories is not only important, but also necessary work? Even seemingly silly stories with anthropomorphized characters aid students' emotional and social…

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Fresh Decade, Fresh Dedication

We hope that you've all enjoyed a restful and rejuvenating holiday season with your loved ones. In speaking with many of you, we've been hearing about your renewed dedication to your listening and…

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We Go Together: A Conversation About Pairing

Amidst all the other listening activities and ideas, pairing audiobooks with print books is a teaching technique we don't get to talk about much, here on the blog. However, as we'll hear from…

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Families Who Read Together, Thrive Together

Family literacy programs are an important part of every school's literacy curriculum. Research articles have shown that everyone benefits from such programs. 

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Choose Your Next Adventure: A Differentiated Learning Experience

Differentiation, individualized instruction, personalized learning - these buzzwords represent some great teaching philosophies, but actually incorporating them into your daily practice can be…

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Guest Post: Dyslexia, The New Laws, and Audiobooks

**Editor's Note: This post was written by Certified Academic Language Therapist, Denise Emert. She is an interventionist in the Marshfield Schools in Missouri, and has been teaching in public…
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Advantages of Audiobooks in Urban Neighborhoods

Educators and state and municipal officials have been trying to improve literacy rates in urban, low-income neighborhoods for decades. Despite spending untold millions of dollars and trying…

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