Audio Supported Reading (ASR) is a technology-based approach to teaching reading that enhances a student’s access to the text, whether reading in print or in braille. In this recorded webinar Assistive Technology Consultant Karen Narvol describes how ASR can meet the challenges of students with print-related disabilities when used as an instructional strategy. Incorporating the work of AFB’s National Project Manager Ike Presley, Karen Narvol discusses how listening and reading comprehension are connected, and identifies technologies which support Audio Supported Reading.
This webinar was presented through Perkins eLearning and is available to watch for free at any time.
Learning goals of the webinar:
- Explain the reading challenges experienced by students with print-related disabilities.
- Define Audio Supported Reading as an instructional strategy.
- Describe techniques that effectively utilize Audio Supported Reading.