Artificial Intelligence for educational and social good
Educational Technology is rapidly evolving. How does the impact of Artificial Intelligence change the dynamics in the classroom and how can these new technologies, like literacy rapid assessment tool, Lexplore, be of benefit to teachers and students alike?
Join researcher, computational linguist and Lexplore co-founder, Gustaf Oqvist Seimyr and Stephen Knightly, Chief Operating Officer at RocketWerkz, board member of NZ Game Developers Association and experienced Ed-Tech Marketer, as we unpack current trends in technology and education. We also break down artificial intelligence and assistive learning apps into simple, easy to understand terms, and explain how these new technologies are of a positive benefit to Education space as a whole.
What is Lexplore?
Reading is a critical life skill. How has the pandemic slip affected your students? What are your school’s literacy challenges? Are learners of all abilities making sufficient progress, and how do you know?
Join Lexplore’s Head of Education and Partnerships NZ, Emma Prentice to hear more about a unique and ground-breaking assessment tool that can give you new insights for advancing every student’s reading.
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Identifying and working with Dyslexia
Is your child or student struggling to read? How do you work with dyslexia? Uncap their reading potential with the help of Lexplore and partner, WordSmart.
In this webinar, we share insights into research and ways to help students with dyslexia in the classroom, and beyond.
We unpack Lexplore’s role in highlighting specific reading difficulties that could be an indication of dyslexia, and we also explore WorldSmart App as an intervention tool that targets part of the brain through fun gameplay to help children with learning differences, like dyslexia, to become better readers.
Join education specialists , Melissa Lazaro, who leads Lexplore’s US team and brings her own personal experience through raising a child with dyslexia, and WordSmart App founder, Paul Blackman.
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