Lexia Learning Blog

Acronyms Unpacked: A Quick Guide to Support Better Parent-Teacher Communication
Friday, July 20, 2018
Acronyms Unpacked: A Quick Guide to Support Better Parent-Teacher Communication

Acronyms! They are everywhere in education. IDEA, FAPE, FERPA—the list goes on. While acronyms may be essential shorthand for busy teachers and administrators, they can become roadblocks when it comes to forming clear lines of communication between parents and teachers. In light of the fact that sharing ideas, information, and...

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Take Your EL Classroom Outside! How to Use Gardening to Facilitate Conversation
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Using Gardening to Facilitate Conversation

There are several strands that feed into successful language acquisition for an English Learner (EL), as students must master skills such as vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and syntax. Blended learning with language-learning software allows students to learn these skills at their own pace with targeted instruction as needed. Another important component...

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Meeting Dyslexia Head-On: Strategies for Success
Thursday, July 12, 2018
Meeting Dyslexia Head-On: Strategies for Success

Learning to read can be hard. For children with dyslexia, it can be especially hard. In a 2017 interview with American Public Media reporter Emily Hanford, neuroscientist Guinevere Eden argued that “reading is not a natural skill,” as our brains were designed to recognize objects—such as an animal loping toward us...

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