Finding resources in the library can be difficult for any student, but it can be especially challenging for students with learning disabilities and ADHD. Maybe nothing seems interesting to them, or perhaps they can’t find books they can comfortably read.
Below are five suggested ways to help engage struggling readers at the library.
I believe author Michael Morpurgo says it well. “Libraries are browsing places, dreaming places, finding out places. So much education takes place when children are making choices of their own.” Students greatly benefit from both guidance and independence when they are at the library.
Library Media Specialist Amanda Forbes shares her knowledge in literature, library media, and technology, and in supporting students in literacy and digital information skills. If you have questions, please contact Amanda at .