Snapshots to Success

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 practice. When she returned to her computer program, and realized she could do it by herself, it built her confidence as a reader. Plus, she had the biggest smile on her face because she finally passed that level.

Tennessee

Read More
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 check their individual status and see growth beyond my expectations it makes me so proud.

New York

Read More
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 gave him an incentive to try to work on Lexia for a week, and I worked with him at the same time using the Lexia Skill Builders. Then I created an assessment based on the skills we had worked on and he passed it!

Florida

Read More
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 that we had Lexia Reading Core5®, I knew we had a solution. All I needed was the guardian’s trust.

Washington

Read More
Loving Lexia

I have several students who entered third grade as struggling readers. They had little confidence and already seemed resigned to not being able to read. After doing Lexia for a couple of months, their confidence has bloomed, and they are reading up a storm!

Idaho

Read More
Cause to Celebrate

I could hear the wild cheers spilling out of the classroom down the hall. It was electric! One might wonder what was this cause for celebration. I just smiled and carried on. I knew. It was Lexia Reading Core5®—our technology-based literacy program for grades pre-K–5.

Michigan

Read More
Signaling Success

I have a student who told me last week to call on him during class because he felt that he could answer questions now because of his extra practice time on Lexia. Our signal was a “thumbs up” if he knew the answer. I called on him when signaled and he was correct!

Texas

Read More
Lexia Inspires

I love that Lexia personally meets children at their level, targets their needs from phonics to comprehension and challenges them, but continually gives reinforcements and praise. Students want to achieve. They constantly want to share what they are learning and what they are accomplishing.

Colorado

Read More
Around the World

A little girl recently joined our kindergarten class who was a refugee from Africa and spoke very little English. She was naturally quiet and kept to herself. I can only imagine how isolated and lost she may have felt. I put her on Lexia Reading Core5®, our technology-based literacy program where students travel the world virtually.

Utah

Read More
Comfortable and Confident

I have a student that has social, emotional and attention struggles. Therefore, it is a challenge to get him to work on an activity for more than a few minutes. He also lacks self-esteem and confidence in many school subjects, especially reading, so he does not put forth much effort.

Colorado

Read More

Pages