Resources

Resources

Explore these resources to learn more about the hot topics in education—from blended learning to Common Core to personalized learning—and discover how Lexia can help your students develop fundamental reading skills in a variety of educational environments.

Research Summary: ISTE Roundtable (2016)

This study focused on teacher engagement and the impact of engagement on fidelity of implementation of a blended learning literacy program.  The study found students of engaged teachers more often met recommended usage time in the online component of the program and made more gains in the blended learning program compared to students in neighboring classrooms.

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Lexia Expands RAPID Assessment for Reading and Language Skills in K–12

BOSTON (June 20, 2016) – Today, Lexia Learning, a Rosetta Stone (NYSE: RST) Company, announced the expansion of Lexia’s RAPID Assessment™ to now support students in grades K–2, in addition to its existing support for students in grades 3–12. RAPID is a computer-adaptive assessment that screens for reading and language skills, identifies instructional needs and focus, and measures skill development and growth.

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Understanding Academic Language and its Connection to School Success
Understanding Academic Language and its Connection to School Success

In order to gain knowledge through independent reading and participate in meaningful discussions in the classroom, students must master the complex words and phrases that characterize the language of school. This paper discusses why proficiency in these skills, otherwise known as academic language, is critical for reading comprehension and overall academic success.

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Top 4 Reasons Technology-Based Learning Implementations FAIL

When schools and districts engage in technology-based learning initiatives, they often focus on the most immediate needs: purchasing the required hardware, vetting the best content, ensuring classrooms have a reliable internet connection. While these are all necessary pieces of the puzzle, oftentimes, the initiative can easily be undermined by one of four common implementation pitfalls.

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