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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Making the Most of Remaining ESSER Funds
Learn how to make the most of ESSER funds before the 2023 and 2024 deadlines. In this podcast, we discuss what districts should consider when spending ESSER funds, how to make sure teachers and students are getting long-term support, and so much more.
Science of Reading Week Podcast: Ask Me Anything with Donna Hejtmanek
Join Lexia® in this ask-me-anything style Q&A with Donna Hejtmanek, founder of the Facebook group “Science of Reading - What I Should Have Learned in College.” Donna and her group’s co-moderator, Jennifer Cyr, discuss the science of reading, professional learning, and teaching best practices.
Science of Reading Week Podcast: Empowering Teachers to Reclaim Their Joy
Teachers have more responsibility and less support than ever; they need help from educational leaders. Join accomplished educational leaders Kerri Larkin, Thomas Anderson, Jacqueline Greer, and Dr. Charlene Evans-Smith in this podcast discussing how best to support teachers and bring joy into schools.
Science of Reading Week Podcast: "The Right to Read"
Join us in a Q&A with Kareem Weaver—award-winning teacher, administrator, advocate, and star of the recent documentary “The Right to Read.” Weaver sits down with Dr. Liz Brooke of Lexia® and Andrea Setmeyer, national chapter coordinator of The Reading League, to discuss the documentary.
Science of Reading Week Podcast: What Neuroscience Can Teach Us About Equity
In this podcast, Kerri Larkin of Lexia® sits down with Horacio Sanchez, president and CEO of Resiliency Inc., and Maya Goodall, senior director of Emergent Bilingual curriculum at Lexia. Join them in discussing how an understanding of neuroscience can help support educational equity for all.
Science of Reading Week Podcast: A Fireside Chat with Dr. Louisa Moats
Join Lexia® Chief Learning Officer Dr. Liz Brooke in a fireside chat with Dr. Louisa Moats, author of LETRS Professional Development, as they discuss the science of reading. Get access to the interview and learn about the importance of professional learning.
What is the Science of Reading (Through the Lens of Pedagogy and Teacher Practice)?
Much has been said over the years about the “right way” to teach literacy. Explore evidence-based literacy instruction and see how the science of reading is changing the game for educators. Discover how to connect the SoR to classroom practice and ensure systematic and cumulative instruction.
A Social-Emotional Imperative: Supporting both Dyslexia and Developmental Language Disorders (DLD) through Software Innovation
Deepen your understanding of common language-based learning disabilities by listening to “Hurdles to Literacy: Understanding Dyslexia and DLD” now. Leilani Cauthen of the Learning Counsel and Dr. Suzanne Carreker from Lexia® discuss how the science of reading helps students with these disorders achieve literacy.