National Book Access Association
Unveiling the multifaceted benefits of this timeless practice, the webinar will provide comprehensive insights into the physiological, academic, linguistic, and socioemotional advantages that read alouds offer to learners of all ages. Dr. Molly Ness, a distinguished expert in literacy education, host of the End Book Deserts Podcast, and founder of the Coalition for Literacy Equity, will navigate through the research-backed reasons that make read alouds an indispensable tool in fostering holistic development.
Join us for a thought-provoking session that promises to empower you with knowledge and tools to elevate learning experiences through the simple yet profound act of reading aloud.
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The National Book Access Association is a Sponsored Program of First Book. Founded in Washington, D.C. in 1992, First Book is an award-winning nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to eliminating barriers to learning and inspiring young minds.
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