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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Practical Examples of Classroom Equity in Language Instruction
In this episode, learn more about the growing awareness of equity as we serve our emergent bilingual students.
The Science of Reading: Why Didn’t We Learn What We Needed to Know in College?
Most colleges fail to teach future educators the proper way to assist their students with literacy. Former educator Donna Hejtmanek dives into what teacher education programs should teach when it comes to literacy and why many teachers feel their colleges didn't properly prepare them.
The Science of Reading: A Defining Movement
When most people think about human rights, literacy doesn't usually come to mind. Dr. Maria Murray of The Reading League wants to change that. Join Dr. Murray as she explains what we know about how people read, the art of teaching, and much more.
Heritage Relevant Digital Learning Design
In this podcast interview, find out the unique and important advantages of Lexia® English as a tool for teaching Emergent Bilinguals. You'll discover key points about Emergent Bilinguals and how they read and acquire English.
Empowering Educators: An Interview with Dr. Liz Brooke, Chief Learning Officer at Lexia
Listen to this insightful interview with Lexia’s Dr. Liz Brooke by Bloomberg Businessweek. The interview was a follow-up to a widely read article by Michael Bloomberg about the opening of schools and the impact of the pandemic on students.
Getting Real about What Blended Learning Is and Isn't in the Classroom
The pandemic made blended learning a popular topic, but the approach goes back decades. In this podcast, learn from Alexis Treat and Meg Van Voorhis what blended learning looks like today and why it's important in today's classroom.
What Does Equity Mean to You? An Interview With Dr. Karen Henery, Director of ESOL, Little Rock School District
The word "equity" is used frequently in schools and the media. In a post-pandemic world, it's more important than ever to understand what educational equity is and how to achieve it. Educational expert Dr. Karen Henery of the Little Rock School District shares her thoughts.
New Digital Personalized Approaches to Equity
Listen to Liz Brooke as she talks about Lexia's activities during the pandemic. Discover important topics, including how to free up teacher time, getting more face-to-face time, and helping more students reach grade level.
Recovery from a Lost Year of Reading Achievement
Following the pandemic, schools sought learning solutions that would help make up for lost time while continuing to propel student progress. LeiLani Cauthen, Dr. Liz Brooke, and Principal Felecia Evans discuss the qualities learning solutions must possess to meet students' fast-changing needs.