Nichols Point Primary School
Engaging and motivating 21st century learners
"Because of the high level of engagement, students want to use LiteracyPlanet at home and during class time, so that means more time completing meaningful tasks that are relevant to them. Thus improving their literacy skills and learning outcomes." - Vicki Matthews, Teacher.
Tyndale Christian School
How to improve learning outcomes for all abilities
"I love that I can assign work to all of my students that meets their individual learning needs. I have seen results in my class dramatically improve. Some students have recorded results of up to 40% improvement." - Cassandra Quast, Middle School English Curriculum Leader.
A.B. Paterson College
For the benefits of a blended learning approach
"Teachers enjoy being able to personalise LiteracyPlanet tasks to suit the needs of each student, and find it offers great opportunities for students to consolidate learning in a fun and engaging manner."- Meagan King, Deputy Head of Junior School, Teaching and Learning.
Epping Primary School
Differentiation in the primary classroom
"We have seen a significant increase in our students’ outcomes, and also seen motivation, enthusiasm and engagement improve. LiteracyPlanet sees students intensely engaged and enjoying their ‘learning’. ALL of our students have found the program to be amazing." - Crystal Afitu, Year 3-6 Coordinator.
Saint Stephen's College
Using technology to enhance teaching and learning
"LiteracyPlanet supports students in their learning journey by enabling them to work at their own level and at a pace that is appropriate to them. The gamified aspects of the program and high quality visuals engage and motivate students to do their best." - Anne Balik, Junior College Curriculum Leader.
Aberfeldie Primary School
Using flexible resources for an integrated learning approach
"LiteracyPlanet is great for differentiation as students can be split into groups related to their point of need. I can monitor each student and change their direction if required." - Lachlan Ferguson, Teacher.