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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The Science of Reading: Your Wordle Secret Weapon
An understanding of the science of reading provides a lifetime of benefits, and Lexia’s Secondary Curriculum Manager John Bennetts has discovered yet another advantage: it helps him solve Wordle puzzles with ease. Read on for some Wordle tips!
3 Back-to-School Tips for Administrators
Heading back to school after summer break? Before you climb out of the hammock, check out these expert tips for teachers and administrators. Each one gives great advice so you'll jump-start the new school year! Grab a pen, a pad, and read them now.
Adolescent Educators' Frequently Asked Questions at the EdWeek Summit
Supporting struggling readers is top of mind for teachers of adolescent learners. Read how literacy experts Kimberly Stockton and Alexis Treat responded to their most-urgent questions with advice about boosting learning recovery for all students.
6 Tips to Make the Most of Summer Break and Get Kids Reading
Let's prevent learning loss this summer! Discover the top six tips to slow down (and maybe prevent!) summer reading loss for your students. Who knows, one of these tips may spark ideas of your own.
Three Factors to Improve Teacher and Student Support in Emergent Bilingual Education
To future-proof Emergent Bilingual education, educators need to look at 3 factors: a learning science-based curriculum with an emphasis on speaking practice, modern technological support, and better family engagement. Explore these topics with Emergent Bilingual curriculum experts Kristie Shelley and Cynthia Peng.
Teaching reading in crowded classrooms: The support even trained teachers need
After you’ve invested in your teachers with LETRS literacy professional learning, help them become even more effective by giving them tools and time for personalized instruction to meet the needs of every student.
A lifelong ladder: The power of effective literacy instruction
Though opportunity gaps persist, the data indicates 95% of students can learn to read proficiently if taught using methods based on the science of reading. Effective literacy instruction opens doors to academic success, equity, teacher empowerment, and more.
Breakthrough Moments: You Can’t Teach What You Don’t Know
Learning to teach is like learning to read: It requires consistency, effort, and explicit instruction. Empowering teachers with high-quality professional literacy learning can uplift them and our students and help us achieve the goal of literacy for all.