LightSail Accelerates Student Literacy Development

The LightSail 'Literacy in Action' blog is written to provide useful insights for teachers to apply in their own ELA classrooms. Each post is written to be insightful, practical and most of all, based on what we know works from our experiences with tens of thousands of classrooms across the country. Trending topics include: Going Digital & Your Literacy Strategy, Engaged Students in Data Driven Classrooms and How Formative Assessments Can Guide Instruction. What do teachers have to say about LightSail? “LightSail has my students totally silent and engaged in their work. They love being able to choose any book they want to read from the amazing, data-driven personalized library.” “A fantastic tool to engage students in reading…The assessments built into the texts take away a lot of the guesswork that can go into literacy education.” “Super engaging and the kids really respond to seeing their Lexile levels go up as they answer questions correctly.” "Reading competency increases, writing skills are strengthened, and students feel successful. Wow! This is a win-win year in any classroom!”

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Posts by LightSail Accelerates Student Literacy Development

LightSail Announces Winners of Fall 2017 Reading Challenge

For Immediate Release: November 6, 2017 LightSail Announces Winners of Fall 2017 Reading Challenge Nationwide, Students Devour 311,101 Books, Spend 5.1 Million Minutes Reading during October. […]

Check It Out: Curiosity Makes a Difference

The Check It Out series highlights the most popular texts on LightSail, around a specific monthly theme or topic, based on our user data. Every […]

Young Readers Across the Country Rise to the LightSail Launch Challenge

For Immediate Release: September 27, 2017 Young Readers Across the Country Rise to the LightSail Launch Challenge Schools participating in the digital reading contest are eligible […]

A Day in the Life of a LightSail Coach

Christina Magee is LightSail’s Managing Director of Academics. Her favorite moments in the classroom were spent talking with her students about books and baseball. These […]

Check It Out: Summer Fun Reads

The Check It Out series highlights the most popular texts on LightSail, around a specific monthly theme or topic, based on our user data. Every […]

EDTECH DIGEST: Everyday adventures of a PD coach

EdTech Digest recently published an article by LightSail’s Managing Director of Academics, Christina Magee, about a day in the life of a professional development coach. The […]

Launch with LightSail 4.3!

LightSail’s product team strives to create an intuitive and delightful experience to engage students and support teachers. We are committed to creating an app which […]

We Have (Even More) Diverse Books

Daniel José Older grew up as an avid reader of sci-fi and fantasy books. After years as a dedicated fan of the genre – one […]

Meet the Momenta 2017 Speakers: Colleen Cruz on Writing

This fall, hundreds of educators will come together to jumpstart their teaching practice for the 2017-2018 school year. Momenta 2017 is a brand new conference […]

Meet the Momenta 2017 Speakers: Maggie Beattie Roberts on Methods

This fall, hundreds of educators will come together to jumpstart their teaching practice for the 2017-2018 school year. Momenta 2017 is a brand new conference […]

Meet the Momenta 2017 Speakers: Kate Roberts on Text Familiarity

This fall, hundreds of educators will come together to jumpstart their teaching practice for the 2017-2018 school year. Momenta 2017 is a brand new conference […]

ZANESVILLE TIMES RECORDER: Dollar General Grant Helps Local Students Read

The Zanesville Times Recorder published a story on the collaboration between the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, the Muskingum County Library System, Zanesville City Schools, and […]

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