Case Studies: Americas

Maverley Primary & Junior School

Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies

Maverley Primary and Junior School benefits from investment from various external agencies and provides students with access to multimedia devices, laptops, and tablets for learning. Although these resources are limited, Read more…

Matilda Harris Elementary School

Kingsland, Georgia

Students at Matilda Harris Elementary School were introduced to LiteracyPlanet through Word Mania USA, a word-building competition which challenges students to build as many words as they can in three Read more…

Escola Beit Yaacov

São Paulo, Brazil

Escola Beit Yaacov School is a private school located in São Paulo, Brazil. Over the past few years the school has been looking to implement technology in the classroom through Read more…

Dunne STEM Academy

Chicago, Illinois

The staff at Dunne STEM Academy are always looking for ways to use technology to support and improve the teaching of English literacy in the classroom. The school tried LiteracyPlanet Read more…

St. Mary’s Catholic School

Illinois, United States

The staff at St. Mary’s Catholic School have been looking for ways to incorporate technology in the classroom and pursue learning opportunities that they’re unable to achieve in the format Read more…

St. Hugh’s Preparatory School

Kingston, Jamaica

St. Hugh’s Preparatory School is a small, coeducational school in Jamaica catering for students from ages three to 12. This school has been in operation for over a century and Read more…

Pike Primary and Infant School

Manchester, Jamaica

LiteracyPlanet would complement and bolster the school’s formal curriculum, serve as an additional staff tool to aid their exemplary trained teaching roster and allow the parents to monitor. The program Read more…

Thomas Jefferson Zona Esmeralda

Ciudad López Mateos, Mexico

Thomas Jefferson Zona Esmeralda is an international elementary school located in the city of Ciudad López Mateos in Mexico. The school works hard to develop positive foundations in students so Read more…