Spotlight On... Differentiated Learning

Students have a range of abilities and it’s important that they are able to learn at their own pace, so that’s why it’s key that teachers have the right tools to answer to different strengths and weaknesses.

Spotlight On... Differentiated Learning

We have an awesome feature called MyCity that’s brilliant for differentiated learning!

Let us tell you a little more…

This fab planning resource enables you to plan your lessons in advance and assign work to individual students, groups or classes.

How Does MyCity Help With Differentiated Learning?MyCity

  • Great for 1:1 help: you can set a MyCity for a student who may require extra support with their learning.
  • Set work for different abilities: MyCity lets you set different work for groups of students depending on their abilities, without realising that they’re working at different levels.
  • Helps you manage your students’ learning: with MyCity, you can set your students work you’d like them to complete in a specific order, by setting it to ‘Sequenced’ so you can control the flow of learning.
  • Track your students’ progress: each MyCity created has a Tracking tab so you can see students’ scores as well as what your students have completed, what’s in progress and what they haven’t started.

We hope you found this handy!

Don’t have EducationCity in your school and would like to take a look at MyCity? Start your free trial today by calling +44 (0)1572 725080 or using the form.


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