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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Making Literacy Skills Age Appropriate for Your Students
Meg Van Voorhis, Director of Professional Learning at Lexia, joins the The Learning Counsel podcast to break down how to support structured literacy strategy through bite-sized professional development. Listen in and join the conversation about how to meet today’s literacy needs.
Removing Accent Bias in the Classroom: Where Technological Excellence Meets Human Intelligence
Listen in as Maya Goodall, Senior Director of Emergent Bilingual Curriculum at Lexia, discusses how artificial intelligence in the classroom can level the playing field for Emergent Bilingual students—especially those with accents—on this episode of the Learning Leadership Society’s podcast.
Learning Loss and Acceleration
Despite some stark findings in the most recent Nation’s Report Card, there are resources available to help teacher’s accelerate their students’ literacy learning. Join Dr. Tiffany Hogan and Dr. Liz Brooks on The Learning Leadership Society to hear more.
Your Share of the Stimulus Wallet
The influx of ESSER funding has allowed schools to address long-standing pain points like student transportation, HVAC systems, and after-school tutoring. The benefits of these investments are clear, but with this round of funding set to expire in 2024, educators must be prepared for what comes after. How can state and district leaders create lasting, sustainable change that empowers teachers and enhances student learning? Listen to this episode of the Learning Leadership Society podcast for expert insight on how to strategize in the present to ensure success in the future.
The Science of Reading: Why Didn’t We Learn What We Needed to Know in College?
Most colleges fail to teach future educators the proper way to assist their students with literacy. Former educator Donna Hejtmanek dives into what teacher education programs should teach when it comes to literacy and why many teachers feel their colleges didn't properly prepare them.
The Science of Reading: A Defining Movement
When most people think about human rights, literacy doesn't usually come to mind. Dr. Maria Murray of The Reading League wants to change that. Join Dr. Murray as she explains what we know about how people read, the art of teaching, and much more.