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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Using ARP ESSER Funding for Professional Learning
Find out why educators should “work backward” so their schools deliver quantifiable results in improving student outcomes. This is a must-read for those interested in ESSER funding.
Quiz Yourself: Can you create a classroom that supports Emergent Bilingual students and Emergent Bilinguals with dyslexia?
Accurately identifying Emergent Bilinguals with dyslexia has been difficult until now. Many have been identified with learning disabilities unnecessarily and referred to special education for reading intervention. Are you able to spot the signs of dyslexia in Emergent Bilingual students and differentiate instruction based on their needs?
Synergy in the Science of Reading: How Meaningful Policies Transform Literacy Instruction
Lexia’s Science of Reading Roundtable brought leading experts together to showcase best practices for implementing the science of reading to create a road map for successful literacy. These best practices included proactive training, high-quality instructional materials, intensive intervention, and accountability.
Tech is Tricky: Why Teacher Support is Critical
Supporting teachers in the thoughtful use of devices is increasingly critical. While the pandemic showed us teachers can rapidly adapt to an online learning situation, moving forward with the lessons learned will require intentional teacher support.
Top 5 Intervention Strategies for Reading Comprehension
Comprehension is the ultimate goal when teaching students how to read, but what is the best way to go about guiding students on their journey toward literacy? Here, we’ll cover five of the best evidence-based intervention strategies for reading comprehension.
Five Early Reading Intervention Activities for the Classroom
Research has shown a direct correlation between the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent decrease in literacy levels. To counter this trend and better support our students, Lexia® has compiled a list of five fun, evidence-based, in-class activities for early reading intervention.
The Reading Brain: Essential Practices for Educators
Researchers have established how reading develops in the brain, and there is no war about how to teach students to read. Michelle Elia, Ohio Literacy Lead for Ohio Department of Education, believes the next step is applying that research to classroom practice.
Reducing Teacher Burnout: 3 Key Challenges Facing Teachers and How to Help Them Succeed
Administrators recognize the importance of acknowledging the stress teachers feel in their careers and the need to provide meaningful support. Whether it’s balancing workloads or building community so teachers don’t feel so isolated, administrators can do more to help teachers be healthy and successful.
Are You Wondering about Your Understanding of Phonological Awareness?
Should you teach syllables or not? Should alphabet letters be included in phonological awareness instruction? If children are reading, do they even need phonemic awareness instruction? Explore how research and recent industry evolutions have shaped the perspective of Dr. Lucy Hart Paulson, Ed.D., CCC-SLP.