In the Press

Dyslexia Awareness – How technology can help!

In the following Education on Fire podcast Aimee Cave, Assistant Head and current practising SENDCO at the first ADHD friendly school in Yorkshire, explores how technology can offer a new perspective when it comes to identifying literacy difficulties and supporting all readers in the classroom. 

The Potential impacts of eye-tracking technology!

Our researchers and founders, Gustaf Öqvist Seimyr and Mattias Nilsson Benfatto, from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm spoke with Dyslexia Explored to share their research and discuss our exciting technology, which can help to identify pupils with difficulties in reading…

Keeping personalised learning alive with AI!

With more children to focus on and support, AI is helping us provide more information to teachers about how their pupils learn. This is particularly true in the area of literacy, the foundation of learning and achievement in any school…

A different story!

Students with undiagnosed reading difficulties often struggle to access the curriculum, says Mark Fraser – but EdTech can help unlock their potential!

Can AI improve the way we test literacy?

Teachers are already under a huge amount of pressure in the classroom, so it’s imperative to get as much information into their hands as possible about children’s literacy. New developments in AI technology by Lexplore are paving the way for exactly this. By using AI technology to monitor how a child’s eye moves when reading – in a way that’s quick, easy and fun for the child – it’s possible to gain incredibly detailed insight into how his or her brain is processing text at different levels…

Tracking eye movements to help reading!

Our technology was recently featured on the BBC Evening News where teachers from Freemantle Community Academy in Southhampton discussed how our assessment has revolutionised their view of reading in school, enabling teachers to see within five minutes if children are having trouble with certain words or letters…