Educational instruction comes in many forms, and Let’s Go Learn specializes in supporting educational technology, or edtech. Good instruction leverages student evaluations based on assessments to build personalized, adaptive, integrative instruction for K12 curriculum. Generally, curriculum explains what the students will be taught while instruction shows us how the students will be taught.
On this page, Let’s Go Learn and its partners provide a library of blog articles to offer instructional strategies and best practices in educational instruction for everyone from professional educators and teachers, to tutors and homeschool parents. We welcome your comments.

Understanding the Science of Reading and the 3-Cueing System

Three Cueing System In reading education, various models and theories explain how individuals learn to read and comprehend text. Among these, the 3-cueing model has recently become a topic of much discussion. States have begun to ban its use in reading instruction, preferring approaches approved by the Science of Reading. This blog post

By |2024-04-19T22:50:51+00:00April 19th, 2024|Reading Curriculum|0 Comments

Reading Intervention Strategies

Reading Intervention Strategies Studies show that reading interventions can be effective, particularly when implemented early. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) reports that interventions in grades 1-3 had positive impacts on reading skills, especially for word recognition and fluency  Reading intervention is a targeted approach to instruction that aims to accelerate

By |2024-03-21T17:00:59+00:00March 20th, 2024|Reading Curriculum|0 Comments

Homeschooling with Dyslexia

Homeschooling with Dyslexia Homeschooling is a growing educational choice for many families, and some children with disabilities can effectively be taught at home with close attention to needs and best practices. Dyslexia is a relatively common learning difference, affecting at least 1 out of 10 students, or 10 percent of the entire student

By |2024-01-23T23:41:52+00:00November 9th, 2023|Reading Curriculum|0 Comments

Reading Interventions: Group vs. Individual

Reading Interventions: Group vs. Individual Background Information Reading interventions are critical in supporting struggling readers and helping them improve their reading skills. There are two main types of reading interventions: group and individual interventions. Group interventions involve small groups of students with similar reading needs receiving instruction together, while individual interventions are

By |2024-01-24T16:51:36+00:00November 7th, 2023|Reading Curriculum|0 Comments

Understanding How Vocabulary Affects Reading Comprehension and Educational Testing

The Role of Vocabulary in Reading Comprehension and Educational Testing Richard Capone, the CEO and co-founder of Let’s Go Learn, provides valuable insights in a YouTube video titled "Understanding How Vocabulary Affects Reading Comprehension and Educational Testing." In this video, he dives into the crucial role vocabulary plays in the realm of comprehension

By |2023-10-02T16:36:50+00:00October 2nd, 2023|Reading Curriculum|0 Comments

Unlocking Literacy: The Importance of Phonics in Early Education

In 2022, two years after the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, almost 60% of California’s third graders could not read at grade level. That is an astounding number. More than half! This points to the fact that literacy in America is still in crisis, as also evidenced by National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

By |2023-09-15T20:24:05+00:00September 15th, 2023|Reading Curriculum|0 Comments

How to Solve for Learning Loss — What Does the Evidence Say?

You don’t need to consult the myriad statistical reports during COVID-19 to know that most students have suffered a learning loss. And students who entered the pandemic below grade level have of course suffered most. How can teachers and learners recover? First, let’s look at the phrase itself. In a recent article in Ed

By |2022-08-15T21:28:56+00:00February 23rd, 2021|Reading Curriculum|0 Comments

Hybrid Learning

As schools attempt to open back up this fall, one strategy to get kids back on campus is to conduct hybrid learning, during which students spend a portion of time on campus and another chunk of time at home using remote learning technology. Hybrid learning is a compromise, as the name implies, to

By |2022-09-01T20:14:53+00:00August 25th, 2020|Reading Curriculum|0 Comments

Challenges of Providing Online Education

Challenges of Providing Online Education Preparing good online learning takes time. Most US K-12 schools have been pushed into online learning with no preparation and no experience. This means teachers who are facing the challenges of providing online education are suddenly trying to teach kids who have little experience using online learning. And UCLA

By |2022-09-01T21:48:49+00:00April 1st, 2020|Reading Curriculum|0 Comments
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