December Releases

NCIL released two new infographics this month!

Considerations When Planning Literacy Instruction for Students with Intellectual Disabilities and Self-Advocacy in the Workforce.

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Students with intellectual disabilities can obtain higher levels of reading achievement. However, deficits in working memory can make learning early reading skills more difficult. Consider these research-based tips as you plan literacy instruction for these students.

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It is common to feel uneasy about entering the workforce when you have a reading disability. Knowing where to turn when you need information or support can help. Learn more by visiting these websites.

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Activities for Winter Break!

Something for You

Check out the latest in our Read the Room Discussion Series: Preparing Pre-service Candidates to Teach Reading.

View All Webinars in the Series

Something for the Kids

The Kid Zone! contains free, age-appropriate audiobooks to listen to, eBooks to read, and literacy-based games to play. The Kid Zone! also includes issues of the Uncanny Chronicles, a comic book produced at NCIL featuring Kayla and her adventures in reading.

To the Kid Zone!

The Florida Center for Reading Research has a section of its website dedicated to families! Find videos of the FCRR Student Center Activities and many other resources.

Go to FCRR

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