Promotional video coming soon Welcome to the PiXLit support page. You will be able to find all that you need on this support page to help you get up and running. Please find below all of the available download links and Youtube clips to assist you in getting started.
 
BETTER FUTURE AND A BRIGHTER HOPE
 
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PiXLit App support videos:

         
How to bulk upload students? How to bulk edit students? How do you design a test? How does the gap analysis tool work? How do you use the Class Analysis tool?
 
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Version history:

 
1.0 The app has now been launched.
 
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PiXLit Distribution Resources

If you have any successful deployment strategies you have used to inspire your students to access the app, please send them in to the PiXL admin team and they will be added here for other schools to access.

 
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What's in the app?
 
The app currently has 5 different learning activities that assess the knowledge of students across 16 different texts.
 
After logging in and selecting "Design a test", students can select the text that they would like to focus on. After selecting a book and "Quotation learning" as an activity, students need to complete the missing gaps of a quote from a specific section of the text and identify who said it.
 
After selecting a book and "Character learning" as an activity, students need to complete the missing gaps of a quote from a specific section of the text, identify who said it, who was it about and the position of the quote with the text. After selecting a book and "Play your quotes right" as an activity, students need to identify where one quote is within the text in relation to the other. They also need to identify who said each quote.
 
After selecting a book and "Literature terminology" as an activity, students need to identify the key term that underpins the shown definition. This activity is currently in a draft version. On the homescreen, if students select "Skills overview" and a specific text, they are given a visual representation of their progress and understanding of the text.
 
If you happen to notice an error, please use the in-built suggestion box to be able to convey the issue to the developer.
 
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So what feedback do staff get?
 
Information can be drawn from the app in one of three ways: a visual RAG rated covey board for each quote, a printable pdf report showing strengths and weaknesses across a text and a csv file for further analysis.
Examples of the covey board and the pdf reports are given here:
 
 
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