lecticalive for parents

About lecticalive for parents

Coming in the winter of 2018!

Your child's development


Are you concerned that your child may not be developing the skills, attitudes, and habits of mind required for success in tomorrow's world?

Does your child frequently complain about being frustrated or bored at school? 

Would you like to understand more about how your child is thinking and growing?

Would you like to play a larger role in your child's development?

Thinking & learning


With Lecticalive for Parents, you'll be able to trace your child’s growth over time, see how it compares to the growth of students in low-, average-, and high-performing schools, and find out if your child is on a growth trajectory that's likely to produce college-ready thinking and learning skills by the end of grade 12. You’ll also be provided with parent-friendly learning activities and resources that are designed specifically to engage and challenge your child by targeting their "growth edge" or learning "sweet spot". We call it the Goldilocks zone.

It's easy


You'll learn how easy it is to use Lectica's simple yet powerful learning model—VCoL+7—to help your child

  • learn robustly—in a way that makes knowledge useable and “sticky”—and
  • retain (or rekindle) their inborn passion for learning.

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Selected funders

IES (US Department of Education)

The Spencer Foundation

NIH

Dr. Sharon Solloway

The Simpson Foundation

The Leopold Foundation

Donor list

Selected clients

Glastonbury School District, CT

The Ross School

Rainbow Community School

The Study School

Long Trail School

The US Naval Academy

The City of Edmonton, Alberta

The US Federal Government

Advisory Board

Kurt Fischer, Ph.D. Harvard Graduate School of Education, Emeritus

Antonio Battro, MD, Ph.D., One Laptop Per Child

Marc Schwartz, Ph.D. and former high school teacher, University of Texas at Arlington

Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Ed.D., University of Southern California

Willis Overton, Ph.D., Temple University, Emeritus