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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From the Classroom to the Cloud: How to Keep Students Engaged in Remote Learning
As schools shift to teaching using remote environments, it becomes more important than ever before to keep students engaged and motivated. This webinar discusses the four elements of keeping students engaged in remote learning environments.
Accelerating Student Learning to Close the Gaps: Strategies to Mitigate the Impacts of COVID Slide and Summer Learning Loss
To help fill gaps from learning loss due to COVID-19, as well as from summer break, educators can use proven principles from the science of reading. In this webinar, discover evidence-based methods that accelerate student learning. A must-see for all teachers.
How to Develop Scalable and Sustainable Remote Learning Plans
Learn from two Lexia® experts as they discuss how to develop scalable and sustainable remote learning plans. In the webinar, you'll learn the key topics and frameworks that educators can use in their own schools.
Structured Literacy: Applying the Science of Reading in the Classroom
When it comes to reading, knowing the alphabet is just the beginning. For students to become confident readers, there are many skills they must master, such as the relationship between letters and sounds, syntax, the rules of conversation, and more.
5 Evidence-Based Literacy Strategies for English Learners
Emergent Bilingual students require particular support in their language acquisition journey before they can learn to read in English. In this webinar, we dive into ways schools can boost their Emergent Bilinguals' literacy.
Strategies to Improve Adolescent Reading Proficiency: How to Identify and Address Why They Struggle
Despite the best efforts of elementary teachers, many students in America struggle to read. These struggles often continue through middle and high school. Luckily, there are evidence-backed methods that are proven to improve adolescents' literacy skills.
Academic Language and School Success: Connecting Reading Research to Classroom Assessment and Instruction
Studies show that students struggling with oral language also struggle with reading. Yet reading research has several key findings to help. In this webinar, find out how to connect reading research to instruction in the classroom.
Welcome to LETRS with Dr. Louisa Moats and Dr. Carol Tolman
Hear from Dr. Moats and Dr. Tolman, authors of LETRS
The Impact of Asset-Based Language on Leadership
For both educators and students, expressing that their thoughts, culture, and traits are positive assets fosters an environment where they feel valued as an individual. Explore how an asset-based approach elevates leadership in this quick tip with Nick Gaehde, president of Lexia® Learning.