All For Literacy Webinars
The Who, When, What, and How of Teaching Phonemic Awareness
One of the most important things for an early childhood educator to understand is how to effectively teach phonemic awareness (PA). Recent conversations have questioned which students need PA instruction to succeed, which skills to teach and when, and how to design effective PA instruction. Here at Lexia, we have the answers.
The Reading Brain: Essential Strategies for Educators
Any time experts with a vested passion for learning gather, clear paths to success are found. One fall morning in 2022, educational leaders convened for Lexia’s Synergy Roundtable event. In collaboration with ExcelinEd, researchers, educational leaders, and stakeholders showcased the science of reading (SoR) and its quantitative results.
The Science of Reading: A Defining Movement into Classrooms and Beyond
Is the science of reading a passing moment? Or a movement with staying power? Join our webinar with Dr. Maria Murray, president and CEO of The Reading League, to understand what actionable steps you can take to make evidence-based instruction available for all students and increase literacy rates.
Engagement, Motivation, Empowerment: Literacy Learning Strategies with John Arthur
The year he was selected Utah Teacher of the Year, John Arthur stood in front of his colleagues at Meadowlark Elementary and admitted he did not know how to teach students to read. During this insightful webinar, Arthur walks listeners through the three-step process he implemented to earn impactful literacy results for his students.
All For Literacy Articles
3 Ways to Implement the Science of Reading
With Kareem Weaver
The Reading Brain: Essential Practices for Educators
By Michelle Elia
Tech is Tricky: Why Teacher Support is Critical
By Carl Hooker
3 Clear Benefits of Social-Emotional Learning Programs
With Trisha DiFazio and Allison Roeser