Remember if you are a Lexplore Customer you can book your place on all our upcoming broadcasts for Free within the Support Corner of your Results Portal. You can also purchase all past recordings by visiting the Lexplore Analytics Shop.
“ All the webinars I have done with Lexplore Analytics have been very informative and I have a good supply of notes to take to work and ideas to apply as well. “
This informative two-part webinar series is presented my Mark Fraser, a Digital Learning Advisor with over 30 years’ experience. The broadcasts explore some essential IT knowledge to help you set up and get started at home, helping you use software effectively, discussing common problems and answering the most fundamental questions that teachers and parents need support with.
This exciting session is presented by Dr Anne Margaret Smith, a leading expert in the field of supporting EAL learners. The broadcast explores how we can encourage reluctant readers, EAL students and those with other specific literacy difficulties to develop a more positive relationship with books, learn to engage and love reading.
Looking ahead towards the Autumn Term, we are delighted to share a recorded version of our fantastic Q and A webinar with an expert panel! With experts in the fields of SEND, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Assistive Technology and EAL Learning, this discussion provided an opportunity for parents and teachers to ask any education-related questions before their children and teachers return to the classroom…
This fantastic free webinar with Arran Smith, Microsoft UK’s SEND and Dyslexia Consultant, will explore how new Microsoft 365 and Windows 10 functionality can be used to provide better support for neurodiverse learners.
To investigate the impact that COVID has had on children’s learning and literacy, The BBC One Show sent poet, writer, and musician Benjamin Zephaniah to a primary school in Farnham. Having experienced disruption to his own education, due to moving around a lot as a child, he was able to share his own personal experiences of struggling when it comes to reading…
The development of working memory is crucial to pupil engagement and academic success. In order to retain what they are learning; pupils need to develop strategies which support their memory and ultimately improve their ability to retain information and ultimately learn. The following blog post will look at the various areas of memory and suggest strategies and resources which may help.
Reading is a life skill which children need in order to thrive in their education and throughout their lives. According to Andrea Welter, assistant head teacher from Pheasey Park Primary School and Early Years Centre, there’s an urgent need to support children in literacy so their life chances are not affected by the Covid-19 pandemic…
Frequently Asked Questions...
What do we do after we have the results?
Our award winning assessment now comes complete with a dedicated interventions package, which aligns with our assessment outcomes to support both emerging and fluent readers in their development.
Lexplore Intensive has been pioneered by experienced SENDCOs, literacy leaders and dyslexia specialists, to support precision teaching. With no lesson plans required, the programme is ready to go if you’re classroom teacher or TA.
What if a pupil does not have English as a first language?
Our assessment can offer a fresh perspective when it comes to assessing pupils with English as an additional language. With powerful algorithms, able to provide fully objective results, we can offer the same exciting insight into reading regardless of children’s different backgrounds and situations.
” We want to root out any reading difficulties as soon as we can so we can help pupils make progress. Lexplore Analytics provides us with a completely unbiased way to assess our children “
As a Lexplore Customer, we will visit your school or organisation to carry out the theoretical and practical Training needed for your staff members to test children independently. The technology and method is extremely simple to set up and understand meaning the training process is usually completed in one or two days.
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.”
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.
A quick 30 minute online demonstration gives you the opportunity to explore our assessment and results portal, ask any questions you might have, and find out how Lexplore Analytics could work for your school.
We estimate that the assessment takes between two and five minutes per pupil, depending upon their reading speed. This enables schools to quickly assess a large number of pupils without additional workload. The results are available immediately in our user-friendly portal with no marking required.
” One of the main reasons we chose Lexplore 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, 200 children went through the Lexplore assessment process in a week. Within five minutes of each assessment we had the results of their reading activity and an accurate attainment level.”
At what age can a child sit the Lexplore assessment?
At the minute our assessment is for primary and secondary children in years 1 to 10.
If you are interested in Lexplore for different age groups do get in touch with our team. There are plenty of opportunities for schools and organisations to get involved with our development projects and access exclusive early bird offers.