Resources for Literacy Learning
Get the latest research, insights, and thought leadership from Lexia’s literacy experts, and learn more about how we help develop critical literacy skills for a wide variety of educational environments.
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Ask Me Anything With Donna Hejtmanek
Learn more about the application of the science of reading from Donna Hejtmanek, former teacher and founder of the widely known Facebook group, “Science of Reading—What I Should Have Learned in College.” Learn more about SoR in this exclusive “Ask Me Anything” chat.
Executive Summary: Florida Challenges and Solutions
Florida educational leaders are faced with many challenges around the FAST assessment, B.E.S.T. standards, and new legislation. In this document, Lexia® has identified three top challenges and discusses proven solutions to address them.
How to Use the Science of Reading for Student Assessment
The science of reading (SoR) is widely known as a body of research that shows how people learn to read, but how else can it be used to educators’ advantage? Join us in learning how to use SoR to assess and support your students.
A Fireside Chat With Dr. Louisa Moats
Wondering what role professional learning programs play in students’ literacy success? Join us for a fireside chat with science of reading experts Dr. Louisa Moats and Dr. Liz Brooke, who will explain the necessity for professional learning, how to help students succeed, and more.
A Guide to the Science of Reading Curriculum
Is it really necessary for teachers to understand the science behind learning how to read? Research shows the answer is yes. Read about why professional development is the key to student success, and how educators should implement an evidence-based reading curriculum.
Five Fun Activities to Teach Students How to Use Context Clues
While it might seem like something that comes naturally, learning how to identify and utilize context clues when reading takes a lot of practice. Here, you can check out some of the best ways to teach students how to use context clues while reading.
Six Fun Strategies for Increasing Reading Fluency
Fluency refers to a reader’s ability to read a text with accuracy, speed, and proper expression. Many students struggle with this part of literacy acquisition, which is why we’re offering six evidence-based reading strategies to help increase reading fluency.
The Science of Reading: A Professional Development Guide
With the current national teacher shortage on top of the post-pandemic pandemonium, it’s hard to find resources for educators that prepare them to teach students to read. We’ve created a full guide about what to look for when seeking professional development programs.
Three Ways to Implement the Science of Reading with Kareem Weaver
Incorporating evidence-based practices can lead to improved literacy and a lower likelihood that students will fall behind in other subjects. But how do we implement the science of reading today? Literacy expert Kareem Weaver offers these three methods to jump-start your classrooms