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.
Emergent Bilinguals in the Classroom: 3 Learner Profiles and Literacy Support Strategies
This white paper highlights 3 unique learner profiles of Emerging Bilinguals/English Learners and the literacy support strategies teachers can use to help close the gap. This paper also speaks to the evolution of the term Emerging Bilingual from English Learner and how this label focuses on the benefits of bilingualism (vs how the label English Learners implies a deficit model).
Empowering Teacher Effectiveness: Five Key Factors for Success
Curriculum-focused professional development helps provide teachers the “what” they need to provide in terms of classroom instruction. However, the questions of “why” specific students require certain instructional resources and “when” those resources are needed are the key questions that will unlock schools’ ability to empower teachers to obtain a level of effectiveness that will improve student outcomes.
Examining the Link Between Poor Literacy Skills and Dropout: Effective Strategies to Improve Reading Proficiency for K–12 Students
How Do You Make the Science of Reading Work for All Students?
This white paper examines the science of reading and how its application in the classroom can be augmented to address the literacy learning needs of Emergent Bilinguals—enabling educators to provide more equitable instruction for all students.
How to Develop Scalable Remote Learning Plans: Using Familiar Frameworks to Sustain Instruction in Unfamiliar Circumstances
This white paper examines the role of leadership in developing scalable and sustainable contingency/remote learning plans.
How to Improve Third-Grade Reading: 3 Critical Success Factors for Reading Intervention and Effective Prevention
Strong fundamental literacy skills are essential for students’ success, and third-grade reading proficiency is one of the most important indicators of future academic success as students transition from learning to read, to reading to learn.