Remote Learning Resources for Administrators
Lexia Learning recognizes the critical importance of strong leadership in enabling educators to effectively support students in the classroom and during periods of extended time away from school. This page will provide you with tips and key information for administrators as well as resources to share with educators and families to help support remote learning with Lexia.
Resources for Administrators
Lexia’s products follow an adaptive, blended learning model in which the online program for students, data in myLexia for educators, and offline instructional materials each play an important role. The resources below can help administrators reinforce this model and support educators in identifying the most critical student needs and skill areas of focus.
Overview: Supporting Remote Learning
Lexia's literacy programs provide explicit, systematic, personalized learning on critical reading and language skills.
District and School Level Data in myLexia
myLexia offers an array of school and district level reports to help administrators monitor student usage and progress, highlight skill development across a school or district, and establish data routines with educators during periods of remote learning.
Interactive District and School Report Walkthroughs: Core5 and PowerUp »
Click on the numbered images in each section to learn more about each report and how the information can inform instructional decisions.
myLexia Reports Guides:
Lexia not only offers students the support they need to become successful readers and confident learners, it also provides teachers with valuable offline instructional resources.
This Educator Resources Page includes information for educators related to student rostering, eLearning content through Lexia Academy, and recommended resources to support home use. Encourage educators to take advantage of these materials and share these resources with families.
Our Customer Success team is also hosting a series of 45-minute webinars to support educators with their understanding of class and student-level data, the blended learning model, and how best to support use of Lexia at home. Educators can register here to join.
Both the Core5 family resource page and the PowerUp family resource page include a product overview as well as resources for families to support learning at home. Educators can share Lexia’s At-Home Resources Hub with families—the Hub includes a library of Lexia Lessons®, Lexia Skill Builders® and Lexia® Connections, and provide families with easy access to materials that reinforce online learning.
Educators can also inform families that the Customer Success team will be holding a series of webinars to support families with the use of Lexia products at home. Families can register here and attend sessions specific to Core5 or PowerUp.
We appreciate your continued partnership and support of educators and students. We hope that these resources can provide some additional support and practical guidance during this period of extended remote learning.