Author Archives: Liz Jensen

How To Help A Child With Dyslexia At Home

Many parents find it difficult to know how to help a child with dyslexia at […]

Bringing the Classroom Home, Part 3: Lindsey Blackburn

In this three-part article, we have been sharing the reflections of Lexercise teletherapists about how […]

Bringing the Classroom Home, Part 2: Josie Moretti

Last week we shared the reflections of Lexercise teletherapist Leahann McLaughlin.  This week, Lexercise teletherapist, […]

Bringing the Classroom Home, Part 1: Leahann McLaughlin

As you probably know, Lexercise believes in online learning!  For more than a decade, Lexercise […]

March 31, 2020 in Blog Posts, Dyslexia and Schools

Flipping Virtual Structured Literacy Intervention

Teachers have been using Lexercise for Schools to provide online lessons for their struggling readers […]

Tips for Online Instruction

With schools closing and lives disrupted nationwide, Lexercise is getting urgent calls for help from […]

Our Interactive Online Games Get Even Better!

You may have noticed that we recently made some dramatic improvements to the Lexercise practice […]

Who Puts the Active in Interactive?

There’s a lot going on at Lexercise. So much, in fact, that we will be […]

Thank you!

It’s almost Thanksgiving and so, along with family and turkey and pumpkin pie, our minds […]

Lexercise for Schools

“While we teach, we learn.” Seneca Lexercise for Schools is a win-win platform that engages […]

September 6, 2019 in Blog Posts, Professional Education

UNC Greensboro and Lexercise Partner for Professional Development

When their ideas for Lexercise were taking shape more than a decade ago, Sandie Barrie […]

Just Eight Weeks to Better Reading

If your child is a struggling reader or speller, you’ve probably tried just about everything. […]