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Bring Student Choice and Voice Into Your ELA Curriculum

Wed., February 23, 2022, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Learn new strategies to engage your students and give them more agency over their curriculum reading options. Spark your students’ interest in books and they will read more.
Discover how you can leverage e-books and audiobooks to:

  • Inspire a greater sense of student self-empowerment.
  • Nurture your students’ personal subject interests.
  • Give them a voice through choice.
  • Transform your ELA curriculum with cost-effective solutions.

Hear how e-books and audiobooks transformed the ELA curriculum at Glenbard High School by increasing the diversity of reading choices for students. We’ll also discuss why it’s important to find a trusted vendor that can collaborate with you through every step of the process. Attendees will have plenty of opportunities to ask questions and will take away new ideas and insights for evaluating their own lesson plans.

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Mike Fumagalli
Assistant Director of Teaching and Learning, Glenbard High School District (Ill.)
Edwin Tucker
Account Manager, OverDrive Education

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