Audio-Supported Reading & Students with Learning Disabilities: Giving Voice to All Learners
Audio-supported reading (ASR) is a practical and supportable intervention that has been documented to minimize the constricting impact of limited text decoding, thereby improving academic outcomes for many students with reading-related learning disabilities. This article provides detail on the nature of reading; the challenges of reading-related, learning disabilities; the supporting legal landscape; and practical considerations for how to accurately target ASR interventions to address the needs of students with learning disabilities.
Jackson, R., Karger, J., Stahl, W.M., & Curry, C. (2022). Audio-Supported Reading & Students with Learning Disabilities: Giving Voice to All Learners. Lynnfield, MA: National Center on Accessible Educational Materials at CAST. Retrieved [insert date] from https://aem.cast.org/get-started/resources/2022/audio-supported-reading--students-with-learning-disabilities-giving-voice-to-all-learners.