Lepreezy's Learning Log

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Digging into data: how Lexile scores can help to inform educational decisions

It’s time for a vlog post! This week I’ve taken to video format to show you how to use students’ Lexile scores and reading levels […]

Digging into data: Analyzing IEPs to be an effective teacher for students with disabilities

In my previous post, I discussed the 5 types of data that every teacher needs to collect to move their students forward. Today, I’m going […]

5 types of data you must collect to move your students forward

The beginning of the school year is probably right around the corner for you. You might be thinking about how you want to decorate your […]

Unconventional ways to spend summer – starting a side business!

I’m officially a seller/solopreneur! I’d already planned to spend my summer break dedicated to this goal, which has culminated into my first two products on my […]

Trying to balance creating content with social media marketing

MAKING PROGRESS For those of you that are established bloggers and solopreneurs, you probably recall when you first began and had to wade through the […]

Grading your gradebook: reconsidering grading methods to improve student outcomes

For many teachers, summer has commenced, while for others like myself, the beginning of a school year is right around the corner. I’ve seen so […]

When ignoring data drives teachers down the wrong path

Data. Analyzing data. I remember that, as a band director, I would literally groan and face palm when I heard an administrator mutter those words. […]

Pivoting

It’s been a year since I last posted, and honestly feel like I’m talking to an empty room that once held a handful of people. In the […]

My respect for worksheets

Are you someone that uses worksheets in your teaching? I am, despite the fact that I’ve read different blog posts and articles from educators that […]

Split personalities: multiple profiles in Google Chrome

Whether or not you’re a techie, there’s a good chance that you have more than one email account: one for work and one for personal correspondence. […]

Readability: cleaning the clutter on your page

I’m an avid reader of online articles and news, mainly about education, politics, and Game of Thrones (Winter is coming!). I have my feed readers, […]

Where, oh where, have my assignments gone?

It’s that time of the year when my students reflect on what they’ve learned and present it at our annual Portfolio Night. During this digital […]

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