• Lumici Slate

    The Faster, Easier, Smarter way to plan and deliver lessons online

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Accessible Everywhere

Lumici Slate is available across desktop and mobile, making teaching and learning accessible from anywhere

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Plan, create and deliver lessons

Review your student’s progress, and provide provisional support when needed.

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Share with anyone

Share you lessons with students, co-workers or collaborate with other teachers around the world –  all with the click of a button.

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Review Student Progress

Review your student’s progress, and provide provisional support when needed.

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Discover how colleges are benefiting from Lumici Slate
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Greater student engagement, better retention and enhanced student experience.

Case Study – Chesterfield College

Chesterfield College have being using Lumici Slate to create and deliver lessons. Their learners find Lumici Slate easy to use and are finding completing assignments on time more easy because they have everything they need in one location.

Chesterfield College have seen an increase in engagement with Lumici Slate by 80% over 3 months.

 

“Lumici Slate gives us a complete transparent view of the learning material on the programme, what’s working and what isnt. It has also helped with disseminating best practice with teachers”

Ian Elsom, Chesterfield College

 

Discover how Schools are benefiting from Lumici Slate
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Freeing up time for teachers for more one to one time with students.

Case Study – Tibshelf School

Tibshelf School are seeing the results! Students are logging in every day to take lessons online and take ownership of their own progress.

Lumici Slate has allowed Tibshelf School teachers to save 20 hours a week creating lessons.

“With a full time teacher currently on maternity we were unable to fill the position straightaway, with Lumici Slate we have been able to use high quality lessons created by other teachers and make them available to the students’

Kirsty, Tibshelf School