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  • Adaptive Technology: Driving Dynamic Blended Learning Environments
    Blended learning brings online learning into schools to help create personalized, student-centered learning environments. Adaptive technology can make the experience more dynamic and responsive to individual student needs. In this webinar, Michael Horn will discuss how this approach provides a truly individualized learning path for each student by responding to real-time data with the appropriate online instructional support.
  • Leveraging Lexia Reading Core5 in a Blended Learning Model
    In this webinar, Robert McCabe, Vice President and Education Officer of Lexia Learning, provided a detailed presentation on the use of Lexia Reading Core5 as a tool for reading instruction in a blended learning model. Specifically, Bob addressed the benefits of flexible, independent student learning on an adaptive platform and the collection, analysis and use of performance data to identify risk and inform instruction.
  • Best Practices to Help High-risk and On-target Students Gain Two or More Grade Levels in One Year
    In this webinar, Robert McCabe, Chief Education Officer, discussed a recent research analysis of students using Lexia Reading Core5® with fidelity. He described the strategies used to achieve the dramatic results which showed that 75% of high-risk students and 33% of on-target students both gained two or more grade levels of reading skills.
  • 3 Critical Intervention and Prevention Strategies to Help Increase Third Grade Reading Proficiency
    In this webinar, Liz Brooke, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Vice President of Education and Research, discussed the 3 critical, research-proven, intervention and prevention strategies that help close the gap for struggling students and prevent on-level students from falling behind.
  • Closing the Reading Gap Within One Year: Lexia's National Study on High-Risk Students
    In this webinar, Robert McCabe, Chief Education Officer, discussed a national study revealing that two-thirds of high-risk students using Lexia as recommended were able to reach their end-of-year, grade-level benchmarks in just one year. He also shared the research methodology used in this analysis and how to bring these results to your school or district.
  • Using Lexia Reading Core5 to Empower Teacher Effectiveness
    In this webinar,Liz Brooke, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Vice President of Education and Research, described how Lexia Reading Core5 can help teachers recognize strengths and weaknesses of each student, connect data to instructional strategies and provide targeted resources to address each student's needs, unlocking teachers' ability to empower effectiveness in their classrooms.
  • Lexia Strategies for Older Students
    In this webinar, Alyson Deutsh, Director of Educational Product Design, introduced Lexia Reading Strategies for Older Students, an integrated technology-based program for struggling readers in grades 6 and above. She specifically addressed how the program provides a personalized, scaffolded, age-appropriate instructional experience that helps students develop foundational skills in the five areas of reading.
  • Four Key Factors of Effective Leadership
    High accountability standards require strong school leadership. Many studies on the topic of effective school leadership focus on creating a shared vision between administrators and teachers in alignment with four key factors. Learn the four key factors of effective school leadership to sustain YOUR success.
  • A Systematic Approach to the Six Areas of Reading Instruction
    In this webinar, Katie Ronstadt, Senior Educational Content Specialist, demonstrated how strong content design can greatly impact and support teachers with delivering a personalized approach to reading instruction.
  • Lexia Reading Core5
    In this webinar, Katie Ronstadt, Senior Educational Content Specialist, introduced Lexia Reading Core5: an integrated technology-based reading program for students in Pre-k to 5th grade. She specifically addressed how Core5 targets the 5 areas of reading and the Common Core Standards.