This tutorial will help you log students in to the Lexia Core5 app.

Directions

  • Select Lexia Core5 icon on the iPad
Select Lexia Core5 icon on the iPad
Select Lexia Core5 icon on the iPad
  • Type in the teacher’s full email address (using their “evsc.k12.in.us” email address)
  • Select Save
Type in the teacher’s full email address (using their “evsc.k12.in.us” email address) / Select Save
Type in the teacher’s full email address (using their “evsc.k12.in.us” email address) /
Select Save
  • Select Go to Login
Select Go to Login
Select Go to Login
  • Select I’m a Student
  • Select Log In With Clever
Select I’m a Student / Select Log In With Clever
  • Select Log In With Google
Select Log In With Google
Select Log In With Google
  • Type in student’s full Gmail email address (using their “evsck12.com” email address)
  • Select Next
Type in student’s full Gmail email address (using their “evsck12.com” email address) / Select Next
Type in student’s full Gmail email address (using their “evsck12.com” email address) /
Select Next
  • Type in Student’s Password (student ID number)
  • Select Sign In
Type in Student’s Password (student ID number) / Select Sign In
Type in Student’s Password (student ID number) /
Select Sign In

The following images will appear:

core5
These images will appear
  • Wait until the center arrow turns dark gray, then select the center arrow to begin the CORE5 activity.
Wait until the center arrow turns dark gray, then select the center arrow to begin the CORE5 activity.
Wait until the center arrow turns dark gray, then select the center arrow to begin the CORE5 activity.
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Dee is a member of EVSC’s Innovation, Curriculum and Technology Specialist (ICATS) team. She supports teachers to integrate ActivClassroom technology in their classrooms and serves as the district’s Promethean trainer. She also works with teachers in the areas of Google apps, Compass Learning Odyssey, itslearning, Symbaloo, Adobe video editing tools, and creates tutorial videos for the ICATS YouTube channel.

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