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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Four Emerging Trends in Educational Technology in 2023
Staying on top of the emerging trends in educational technology can help students and teachers alike find success in the classroom. Here’s our prediction for the top 4 edtech advancements for 2023, and how each one can drive student engagement and reduce teacher burnout.
ESSA Ratings: Evidence-Based Reading Intervention Programs
ESSA ratings are a reliable way for districts to determine if a reading intervention program is evidence-based. After learning loss caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, now more than ever it is important for administrators to provide students with quality reading programs.
Why are schools adopting programs for tutoring?
Educators are searching for effective ways to accelerate learning to move students to grade level work. High-dosage literacy tutoring programs have proven to be 15 times more effective than low-dosage tutoring when aligned with research protocols. Science of reading literacy tools can drive successful outcomes through high-dosage tutoring.
Ten Fun In-Class Letter-Sound Correspondence Activities
Phonics and phonemic awareness make up the foundation for literacy, which is why it’s so important to get students engaged in these skills at a young age. We’ve compiled a list of 10 fun classroom letter-sound correspondence activities to get students excited about reading.
A Victory for Literacy in Virginia
Beginning in 2023, the state of Virginia will welcome the science of reading and Structured Literacy into its classrooms. The passage of the Virginia Literacy Act is a sign of landmark progress in the state, and a victory for students, teachers, and families.
Why Emergent Bilinguals Are Both over- and under-identified for Special Education
Historically, lack of understanding about how Emergent Bilinguals learn English led to misidentification of students needing referrals to special education. Teachers need training to understand the difference between students learning a language and students with a learning disability. Here are some helpful questions to ask.
Research-Based Literacy Intervention Techniques
After the COVID-19 pandemic, reading scores have plummeted and there is more pressure than ever to accelerate students’ learning. Lexia® offers research-backed literacy intervention techniques to help get students back on track.
6 Ways to Create a Culturally Responsive Classroom
The number of Emergent Bilingual students in U.S. schools has been steadily increasing. It is critical multilingual learners feel empowered and accepted, but many teachers don’t know how to support these students. We’re tackling the question: How can teachers create a culturally responsive class.