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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3 Tips for Effective Student Assessment
As an educator, when considering student assessments, it’s important to ask: What question will this testing data answer? This blog post dives into the ways educators can use student assessments effectively, even with post-pandemic learning loss.
An Interview with Dr. Liz Brooke, Chief Learning Officer at Lexia Learning
Check out this interview with Lexia® Learning’s Dr. Liz Brooke by Bloomberg Businessweek. The discussion was a follow up to a widely read article by Michael R. Bloomberg about the impact of the pandemic on students and the priority of opening schools.
Growing Need for Culturally Responsive Teaching
Emergent Bilinguals (EBs) make up more than 15% of classrooms in grades K–2, so a curriculum embracing the ethos of culturally responsive pedagogy should be purposefully designed. Discover the key points to making classrooms inclusive and keeping EB students engaged and moving forward.
Welcoming Back the Whole Child: Social-Emotional Learning and the Literacy Needs of Returning Students
As students return to school, teachers should welcome back the whole child. In this blog post, find out how social-emotional learning (SEL) and self-determination theory (SDT) apply to literacy instruction. The post shows how Lexia® advances literacy, equity, and well-being in students.
6 Edtech Essentials for Emergent Bilingual Students
Although Emergent Bilinguals (EBs) may not be top of mind when considering an edtech rollout, they should be. In this post, find out the issues of hybrid or remote environments, including the challenges of studying multiple subjects in English while learning the language.
Equipping Educators to Address Pandemic Recovery
Most people think the focus of the classroom should be on student learning, but a teacher has more impact on a student than any other factor. In this post, find out how better student outcomes come from better teacher training.
Trust the Science of Reading to Inform Pandemic Recovery
Because of the pandemic, many students are at risk of not meeting grade-level standards. However, there are methods to accelerate a student's progress in a single year. This post discusses the questions to ask and the solutions that help teachers accelerate progress.