New Digital Personalized Approaches to Equity
Originally published by The Learning Counsel, February 26, 2021
In a time of remote, in-person, and hybrid teaching, flexibility has been a driving factor. Listen to this discussion with Dr. Liz Brooke as she talks about Lexia's program and activities during the pandemic. In the discussion, important topics are addressed like how technology can actually free up teacher's time, how technology can give teachers more face-to-face time, and how teachers can leverage technology to help more of their students reach grade level. After 35 years of serving the education market, Lexia Learning has been a leading source of research that demonstrates efficacy and results for students. That's why we made important changes and updates to our programs to better suit certain schools during the pandemic. Find out about those changes and much more by listening to this podcast now.
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