Today marks the start of the inaugural Word Mania International. In a short time this free competition has grown from an initiative for a few hundred UK schools to the world’s biggest literacy competition for schools.
A study by leading reading researchers at Macquarie University’s Department of Cognitive Science has found that using LiteracyPlanet with children who are classified as poor readers has significant treatment effects.
LiteracyPlanet has been named by leading education media publisher, The Teach Company, as one of the ’50 Best Edtech’ resources for secondary schools.
Whether you’re new to teaching or are a seasoned professional, you’ll understand that each class and every student is unique.
There’s nothing worse than reading through one of your most promising student’s assignments and seeing commas placed after every second word, misplaced apostrophes, or perhaps no punctuation at all.
Ormiston Academies Trust has announced a 12-month pilot of LiteracyPlanet in a number of academies across its family network.
Rast Education in Iraq has chosen LiteracyPlanet to support English literacy teaching at its British International Schools in Zakho and Duhok.
LiteracyPlanet has added more than 300 new grammar and punctuation exercises to its content for tablet devices. The exercises add to the program’s curriculum-aligned exercises for Years 2 to 9.