Category Archives: Online Instruction

Sentence Patterns

Readable letters and correctly spelled words are two must-have building blocks for literacy. But literacy is more than words. To be literate students must be …

A Season of Gratitude

Here at Lexercise, we make a special effort to express gratitude. It takes just a moment to say Thank you, but the benefits can be …

Homeschooling’s Surge and Lessons Learned

As we move into another school year, parents everywhere are scrambling for resources and examining the “lessons” of last year’s experience. Whether the local school …

Gratitude and Appreciation

As we advance into the holiday season, I hope this post finds you and your family safe and healthy. The year has certainly delivered more …

The Best Dyslexia Games Online With Our Lead Artist, Iszzy

Try Our Fun Online Dyslexia Games Here! Thanks to the proliferation of games, films, phones, and other digital media, today’s school-age children are already visually …

Does Online Learning Have to be Boring?

Is your student complaining or exhibiting symptoms of boredom with virtual classes? Fidgeting, wandering attention, trouble-making, unexplained sleepiness and mood changes can all be indicators …

How To Help A Child With Dyslexia At Home

Many parents find it difficult to know how to help a child with dyslexia at home. As a result of COVID-19, this challenge has grown …

How to choose an online school for a dyslexic student

What Should I look for when selecting an online school for my child? As we move toward the school year, not certain if or for …

Closing the Gap

With schools continuing in lockdown and students turning to online learning, we have been hearing something surprising from some of our Lexercise therapists. They have …

Bringing the Classroom Home, Part 3: Lindsey Blackburn

In this three-part article, we have been sharing the reflections of Lexercise teletherapists about how online structured literacy intervention and online learning work.  Two weeks …

Bringing the Classroom Home, Part 2: Josie Moretti

Last week we shared the reflections of Lexercise teletherapist Leahann McLaughlin.  This week, Lexercise teletherapist, Josie Moretti shares her thoughts about online structured literacy intervention. …

Clinician‐supervised program encourages structured, daily practice to improve results for dyslexic and other reading‐disabled children ages 5 and up

San Francisco, California – 24 May 2010 – Lexercise.com, a Web‐based language learning tool, has entered its public beta with an invitation‐only phase targeted to …