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Frequently Asked Questions

Will AI technology replace our teachers and SENCOs?

Whist our algorithms are extremely powerful they will never be a substitute for a good teacher! Our technology simply helps free up valuable resources so teachers can spend their time doing what they do best – supporting their pupils.

To find out how you can utilise the benefits of technology in the classroom by combining new advances with the ‘human touch’ of good teachers download our FREE AI -Guide.

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How do eye movements reflect reading attainment?

Reading involves a complicated interplay between many different cognitive and linguistic processes. Measuring when, where, and how a child’s eyes move in relation to the words they read allows us to quickly evaluate how effectively these processes work together and pick up on minor differences in the way they process text.

 “Eye movements is one of the best ways to index reading ability at an incredibly in-depth level.” 

Julie Kirkby – Professor in Psychology at Bournemouth University

Our Eye tracking assessment has been developed following over 30 years of peer-reviewed research at one of the leading medical institutes in the world into the unique insight eye movements can offer us into reading.

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Why Lexplore Analytics?

Our time and resource-efficient assessment makes it easy for schools to gain a clear understanding of each pupil’s reading attainment, and monitor their progress over time. Working with our assessment and dedicated interventions package has many benefits for pupils, teachers, and schools alike…

 ” Thanks to Lexplore we now have a rigorous and quick method of assessing children’s reading ability. We can assess children without adding to the workload of class teachers, with the intention of providing effective interventions without creating unnecessary admin “ 

Adam Luxford – Freemantle Community Academy

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How much does Lexplore Analytics Cost?

Despite using some of the latest AI technology, our assessment is surprisingly time and cost-effective for schools, private tutors, and individuals!

We have many flexible packages and offers available, so please do get in touch with our sales team who can provide you with a tailored quotation.

 ” I have worked in the EdTech market for many years and have seen school spending squeezed every year, we have chosen Lexplore as it represents great value for money as well as helping students improve their literacy. “ 

Trevor Hensley, Red Five

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What is Machine Learning?

Machine learning is a sub-area within artificial intelligence that aims to develop programmes and systems which can adapt to resolve complex problems through available data and experience rather than rules and instructions. The algorithms and methods used within machine learning are data-driven and based upon statistical calculations. For systems developed with machine learning, such as ours, the more data that there is available to train the algorithms, the better equipped the system is to resolve tasks.

A bit like spaghetti and tomato sauce we cannot have machine learning without algorithms! But, even though we might hear these phrases often you are definitely not alone if you find yourself wondering exactly what people mean when they refer to them.

So what are algorithms and how on earth can they be trained to determine reading attainment?

Find out more by reading the Lexplore blog…

AI, ML, and Tomato Sauce!

What is Artificial Intelligence ?

Artificial intelligence generally refers to computers and software which can resolve complex tasks and recognise connections that normally require cognitive ability on a human level.

A bit like spaghetti and tomato sauce, we cannot have artificial intelligence without algorithms! But, even though we might hear these phrases often you are definitely not alone if you find yourself wondering exactly what people mean when they refer to them.

So what are algorithms and how on earth can they be trained to determine reading attainment?

Find out more by reading the Lexplore blog…

AI, ML, and Tomato Sauce!