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Growth Mindset and Intrinsic Motivation During COVID-19
Growth Mindset and Intrinsic Motivation During COVID-19

With school districts across America taking varied reopening approaches as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it is more important than ever for students to develop resilience, hope, and a healthy learning mindset. Educators have long worked to instill in their students an intrinsic motivation to succeed, rather than relying on extrinsic...

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Student Interview: Using Lexia® Core5® Reading at Home with Rachel

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students and teachers have made an unexpected transition to virtual schooling. For our youngest learners, making the shift from classroom teaching to online learning can be especially challenging. For perspective, we talked with Rachel from Maryland about her experience learning to use Lexia® Core5®...

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7 Art Activities to Practice Reading Skills
7 Art Activities to Practice Reading Skills

The sudden shift to remote learning has been challenging for teachers, students, and parents alike. For students, it can be difficult to maintain the same level of focus at home as within the school walls, where each day is structured yet provides some variety. When the enriching experiences offered by...

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6 Reading Activities to Get Kids Moving
6 Reading Activities to Get Kids Moving

In this installment of Lexia’s series on activities for families during school closures, we invite you to take a deep breath, stretch, and get moving with us! With schools closed, students have been spending countless hours at home. Parents, this means you’ve had the added pressure of playing a primary...

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4 Family Game Night Ideas to Boost Literacy
4 Family Game Night Ideas to Boost Literacy

Due to the stay-at-home orders brought on by COVID-19, families have been spending more time together. And while good old-fashioned quality time is by no means a bad thing, assisting your children with remote learning tasks for school can quickly get stressful and overwhelming. If you're looking for ways to...

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4 Word Challenges to Build Vocabulary at Home (Grades Pre-K–5)
4 Word Challenges to Build Vocabulary at Home (Grades Pre-K–5)

One aspect of being at home with children 24/7: You get to learn a lot about your kids. Through day-to-day interactions while students are learning from home, families have the opportunity to learn more about their children’s conversational ability through everything from expressions of feelings to discussions about schoolwork. Their...

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What If Every Student Had A Personalized Learning Plan?

In a 2019 opinion piece for online education news site the74million.org, Harvard Graduate School of Education Professor Paul Reville posed an intriguing question: “What if every child had a personalized plan to help him or her thrive?” Although this may sound like a theoretical question, Reville heads up Harvard’s Education...

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