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CES students use technology to improve reading skills

Campbellsville Elementary School students are using technology to improve their reading skills.

 

CES teacher Beverly Knifley helps students with their reading skills in one of the school’s computer labs.

 

Students use the Lexia and Reading Plus programs while in the lab.

 

Lexia and Reading Plus are technology-based reading programs that help increase reading proficiency for pre-kindergarten students through high school seniors.

 

To get students started, Knifley is helping all students learn to log on their computers, sign in their accounts and then learn to use the programs.

 

CES teacher Beverly Knifley tells first-graders how to log on their computer.

CES teacher Beverly Knifley tells first-graders how to log on their computer.

 

CES teacher Beverly Knifley teaches her first-grade students a trick to logging on their computer.

CES teacher Beverly Knifley teaches her first-grade students a trick to logging on their computer.

 

CES first-grader Jayden Maupin is all smiles after learning how to log on his computer.

CES first-grader Jayden Maupin is all smiles after learning how to log on his computer.

 

CES teacher Beverly Knifley helps first-graders enter their usernames and passwords.

CES teacher Beverly Knifley helps first-graders enter their usernames and passwords.

 

CES teacher Beverly Knifley helps first-graders enter their usernames and passwords.

CES teacher Beverly Knifley helps first-graders enter their usernames and passwords.





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