Who is this for:
- Primary and secondary teachers in mainstream schools teaching children with special needs or those disengaged with reading
- Teachers in special schools looking to explore ways to support learners through digital tools to enhance literacy
Release Date: Tuesday 8th June 7pm(UK)
In this webinar, expert in eBooks Meredith Wemhoff discusses ways to engage and support learners with special needs using eBooks and audio.
Using the case-study of an independent all-boys school located in Surrey, the school provides special needs students an opportunity to succeed and thrive. Many arrive to the 80-year-old institution with low self-confidence, often due to struggles they faced in traditional educational institutions caused by learning and language difficulties. This means providing a collection that meets the individual learning needs of the school’s 470 students, who range in age from 8-18.
During this eye-opening webinar, Meredith will share the story of selecting, launching and promoting a digital library service that helps address learning challenges. Attendees will come away with best practices for bringing ebooks and audiobooks to their school and real-life examples of these practices in action. Don’t miss out, register today!