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A Clear View of Reading!

A unique AI based method of assessing reading…

Our work at Lexplore Analytics is centred around a groundbreaking method of measuring reading attainment, which uses artificial intelligence and eye tracking technology to offer an entirely new insight into literacy.

This unique, paperless approach to assessment is backed by extensive and peer-reviewed research, originating from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.

  Current reading assessments are simply not good enough. When we look at a standard test score in isolation, it tells us a child can’t read. It doesn’t tell us why that child can’t read. Lexplore Analytics gives us much more than a simple score or percentile 

Bernadette McLean – Former Principal of the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre

By measuring when, where, and how a student’s eyes move in relation to the words they are reading, the assessment quickly analyses their skills across key reading components, determines their attainment, and highlights potential barriers in a matter of minutes.

 With immediate and fully objective results, educators can then work with our dedicated, curriculum aligned resources to support both emerging and fluent readers in their development.

One of the main reasons we chose Lexplore Analytics is because it frees up so much time! Previously it took teachers an entire term to do accurate assessments on their whole class. By contrast, within five minutes of each Lexplore Analytics assessment, we had objective results of reading activity and accurate attainment levels.

Adam Luxford – ICT Lead – Freemantle Community Academy

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