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.
Academic Language Teaching Tips: From Theory to Practice
Read this white paper by Lexia's literacy experts to learn about research-proven academic language instructional strategies that you can use in both the elementary and secondary classrooms.
How to Help Students Develop a Growth Mindset (and How Technology Can Support Educator Efforts)
Assessment Competency: How to Efficiently Obtain the Right Information to Improve Data-Driven Instruction
Guided by the strong understanding of the four key objectives of assessment—identify, monitor, collect, and assess—teachers and administrators can integrate the right types of assessments to support instructional planning and develop a rigorous and comprehensive assessment plan.
Supporting Intrinsic Motivation Through Educational Technologies and Teacher-Led Activities
3 Creative Ways School and District Leaders Can Maximize Data and Improve Student Achievement
This white paper will examine three areas in which district leaders can use data to uncover opportunities for improvement: curriculum, resource allocation, and professional development.
Emergent bilinguals are the future: How do we support educators to ensure their success?
The number of emergent bilinguals, also known as English language learners (ELLs) or English learners (ELs), has nearly doubled—to about 5 million, roughly 10% of all students in our public schools.
Supporting parents for successful emergent bilingual remote learning
A key component of successful emergent bilingual remote learning is parent/caregiver involvement, but parents are now faced with more challenges than ever before. Download this Rosetta Stone white paper to find out how educators and administrators can best support parents and caregivers for better outcomes.