…everything! Our June survey at recordedbooks.com asked what you think recorded books are most important for. 35% said audio is most important for reluctant readers, 29% said students with IEPs, 21% said below grade readers, and 15% said English language learners.
Audio is useful in all these areas for the same reasons: it gives struggling readers the extra support they need, allowing them access to the same materials as other students, and it gives these readers a much-needed confidence boost when they start seeing improvements.
Now is a great time to start thinking about teaching methods for the next school year. Look for upcoming posts with ideas on how you can reach every student with audio and create a whole classroom of successful readers.
We feature a new survey every month, so head on over to recordedbooks.com to give us your opinion!