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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Common Threads From All For Literacy Season 1
Catch up on what you missed in season one of All For Literacy by joining host Dr. Liz Brooke for a wrap-up episode that sets the stage for an exciting second season.
Reading Gains of Core5 Students from the Kansas Reading Initiative
Students who used Lexia® Core5® as part of the Kansas Reading Initiative outscored students in schools that were not part of the initiative in a series of analyses.
One School's Science of Reading Journey: How We Did It (So You Can, Too)
Educators from a Utah school share how they implemented a science of reading-based approach that increased students’ literacy rates. Pre-K–12 teachers, school leaders, and education technology leaders will come away with actionable strategies for literacy instruction and schoolwide processes to accelerate reading for all.
Transforming Literacy Instruction: How the Science of Reading Improves Student Outcomes
Only 31% of California’s fourth-grade students read proficiently. During this webinar, your peers share successful strategic plans that improve student literacy achievement by empowering teachers to understand and apply the principles of the science of reading.
Sound It Out: The Shifting Landscape of Literacy From Three Cueing to Science-Based Reading
As educational policies evolve, the three-cueing system is coming under increased scrutiny and many district administrators are grappling with the shift toward evidence-based reading instruction. This blog post serves as a critical touchpoint for anyone navigating this transition.
Lexia Core5 Reading and i-Ready Diagnostic Correlation
Do you use the i-Ready Diagnostic? Lexia® Core5® Reading is an adaptive blended learning program that accelerates the development of literacy skills for students of all abilities, with statistically significant correlations to i-Ready.
Measuring Success: Defining Quality Education for Multilingual Students
What does a quality education for Emergent Bilinguals look like? This Emergent Bilingual Week webinar dives deep into how additional languages are learned, where and how that learning occurs, and how teachers learn and develop as expert professionals.
What’s Unique About Teaching Reading to Multilingual Learners?
Best practices for Emergent Bilingual reading instruction can help students achieve academic success in their new language. This Emergent Bilingual Week webinar offers practical strategies for incorporating instruction based on the science of reading, including how to prioritize both language and literacy development.
Four Realistic Expectations About Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in the Classroom
Increase long-term commitment and successful implementation by developing realistic expectations for educators and administrators about translating research conclusions into tangible instruction practices with Dr. Shayne Piasta.