Independent, Student-Driven Learning

Lexia Strategies enables struggling readers to work at their own pace to develop the key foundational literacy skills they need in order to make progress in both literacy and content-area learning. While students work independently in online activities, detailed progress data is collected in the background. This allows educators to provide real-time analysis of skill strengths and weaknesses and differentiate face-to-face instruction.


Personalized Learning Paths

In Strategies, students are automatically placed at the proper skill level and progress independently to higher levels with more complex content based on skill mastery. If a student struggles in a particular activity, Strategies provides a level of scaffolding, removing some of the answer choices and stimuli on the screen. Once the student demonstrates that they understand the skill in the scaffolded level, they have the opportunity to try the initial activity again. If the student continues to struggle, the teacher is notified and provided with the data and resources for direct, explicit instruction on that particular sub-skill.


Engaging Interface for Self-Directed Learning

Strategies helps students develop fundamental literacy skills through an engaging, mature program interface that is designed students in grades 6 and above.  The activities incorporate high utility words and academic vocabulary with age-appropriate topics while students develop the basic skills necessary to become successful readers.  Since students' learning within the program is self-directed, they can choose which activities to complete as they work through the rigorous scope and sequence.

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