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171: Dyslexia awareness and how technology can help

Aimee Cave is a current practising SENDCO in East Yorkshire with sustained experience of creating good provision in her school, including orchestrating the school becoming the first ADHD friendly school in Yorkshire. She also runs her own SEND Consultancy business. Aimee has completed her NASENCO Award, is an Accredited Attachment Lead and has been trained by Whole School SEND in supporting other schools to review and improve their SEND provision.

As part of her work in school Aimee started using (and then working with) Lexplore Analytics.

Lexplore Analytics combine the latest in both AI and eye-tracking technology with the “human touch” of good teachers. By analysing correlations and patterns in eye movement data, our machine learning models are able to quickly and objectively determine reading attainment. Some of these patterns might even elude most human beings or other computer programmes, therefore, their introduction into the classroom can help offer teachers an entirely different perspective when it comes to reading, as well providing the valuable information needed in minutes.

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  1. Aimee Cave on November 12, 2020 at 8:41 PM

    What a super time I had recording a podcast with Mark. He was utterly professional and made me feel relaxed throughout, meaning it felt professional but nice, informal and relaxed. The podcast sounds great and it’s fab to raise awareness on really important topics like this. Mark is doing a great job with this podcast, long may it continue.

  2. Mark Taylor on November 12, 2020 at 9:16 PM

    Aimee it was so nice to talk to you on the podcast and hear how much support you are giving the children in your school.
    To be able to share these insights and the tools you use to help others around the world was wonderful. I look forward to chatting again soon.

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