Snapshots to Success

Building Confidence
When I first met this young student, she was quiet, shy and always hesitant to read aloud, even in a small group setting. As she progressed through the many levels of Core 5, and...
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Determined
A few times each year, Lexia Learning holds a two-week usage contest for classrooms whose students are using Lexia® Core5® Reading. The prize is a class pizza party and my...
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Pride Becomes Contagious
For many children, life poses serious challenges. Learning takes a back seat and often, these children feel defeated before they begin. My colleagues and I understand this, but it...
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Soaring with Lexia
One student has been so excited about Lexia that he worked on it every spare moment that he had. He went past his grade (2nd grade) and ended up finishing the 3rd grade levels...
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To Try and to Accomplish
I have many stories, but just today my student from Thailand passed another goal and he was incredibly proud of his accomplishment. California
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Carry Over
When a child completes a level in Lexia, we have a huge celebration! Some children are able to fly through levels, for others it takes a little longer. When a child who has been...
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Digging In with Lexia
One student was struggling with the rules for doubling consonants in words. I was able to pull a lesson provided by Lexia and do a mini-lesson with the student on the rules and...
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Beaming
As a classroom teacher, it makes me so happy to see my students enthusiastic about making progress. Being that each student is unique and progresses at a different rate, when I...
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Rewarding Moments
I have a student who struggled with reading from the beginning of the year. He would get frustrated because nothing seemed to work; one-on-one sessions were not working for him. I...
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The Right Way to Go
Her guardian was adamant, “She’s way behind. She’s not reading. I don’t think she’s ready for third grade.” I understood her concern. In the past, I may have even agreed, but now...
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