The Millennium School, with classes for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Grade 12 is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, India. The school follows the Emilia Reggio curriculum in Kindergarten, CBSE - curriculum in the grades 1 to 12.
Why did the school choose LiteracyPlanet?
The Millenium School has embedded in it an entire system where students are involved in eLearning and extensive use of digital resources. Literacy Planet is an interactive medium for all types of learners and focusing on key pillars of English Language i.e. grammar, phonics, comprehension, writing and spelling. The fit seemed perfect, and the results speak for themselves. Dedicated staff, engaged students and a product that is not only educational, but fun as well.
How do you think LiteracyPlanet improves literacy learning outcomes of your students?
The staff of The Millenium School use LiteracyPlanet for differentiated tasks as students are able to attempt a particular topic according to their needs. Students enhance and learn their spelling by creating the wordlist and learning in a fun way. The running records for reading has helped students identify their reading age and improve their reading skills. The Word Mania program has enhanced the student’s vocabularies and many were awarded for their excellent work.
It has helped their SEND students extensively as the reading passages which accompany the text of the program, has an audio component and interactive way of improving reading skills. Clarifying grammar topics with accurate information enables a better understanding amongst students. With a detailed record of students’ performance helping to keep track of their progress.
It was important to staff that they be able to log-in as students. The complete control by the locking system where the teacher can control what the students access allow for end-to-end progress management.
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Creating their word list and then learning it through games helps their spelling greatly. Word Mania was a great success as well, students enjoyed it.