Banned Books Week 2016: Let Students who Struggle to Read be a Part of the Conversation

Banned Books Week is here. Can students who struggle to read be part of the conversation? Have they read the authors whose works are banned or challenged? If not, AIM-VA is your answer.

National Book Festival 2016 Authors: Your Books In Accessible Formats Help Struggling Readers Thrive

Books in alternative formats help students with print disabilities get engaged with books and become literate.

Webinar Watch: AIM-VA's September Lineup Helps Teachers Easily Provide More Accessible Learning

Putting accessible learning materials into the hands of struggling readers is definitely easier.

International Dot Day, Sept. 15, Soon Will Be More Inclusive in Virginia Thanks to Accessible Formats

A richer reading experience is in store for eligible students with disabilities whose teachers request accessible formats.

Roald Dahl Day Is Sept 13! Order Free Accessible Versions of His Hilarious Books Now From AIM-VA

Students can read Dahl's celebrated books when they are converted from print thanks to AIM-VA and its counterparts nationwide.

Knowledge at Noon: AIM-VA Webinar Series Starts Sept.7! Make Learning Materials More Accessible

Hour-long webinars from AIM-VA are a rich source of information about accessible teaching and learning.

Are Teaching and Learning Ducks in A Row? Not Without Accessibility! The AEM Center Can Help!

When curriculum, instruction and accessibility teams align, teaching and learning improve. Problem is that accessibility teams are few.

"Say Dyslexia" to The Next U.S. President? Writing Project Asks Teens to Share "What Is Important!"

Teens who write a letter to the next president could raise dyslexia awareness as a new administration comes to Washington, D.C.

4 Videos From The Georgia AT Team Showcase Tech Tools for Reading, Writing, Note-taking, Math

Quick and comprehensive videos show how assistive technology can support struggling learners in reading, writing, math and

5 Videos, 1 Math Problem: Accessibility + Support = Access, Comprehension, Progress, Achievement

Teachers and parents can do more to bring accessibility front and center to support struggling and able students.


Subscribe > blog icon