what our Australian Schools are saying
A Principal's Perspective
“Accelium allows for every student to be catered for really well. It takes students to a different level depending on where their skillset sits.
“...it gives us baseline data that we can work with in an interdisciplinary way, right across our curriculum, highly valuable...”
Liz Meaker - Head of Wilderness Junior School, Adelaide
“I think it’s a really effective way to learn and it will be
the learning of the future…”
“I really like Accelium because it helps you problem solve
and strategise in really fun ways…”
“It’s definitely engaging, and it really was challenging.
It develops your persistence and resilience…”
“An Accelium lesson is very inclusive, everyone gets a shot
at having their own opinion...”
“I’m really excited with Accelium because I’m happy
that our school wants us to learn more...”
Burnside Primary School Students, Adelaide
“Accelium EDU has been going very well at our school! We have been noticing that because there is so much excellent content in the lessons we are really delving deeper than we initially thought! The students are really enjoying the challenges and the way the strategies are presented in the PowerPoints.”
Kim Di Bella - Year 7 Leader - Ingham State High School, Queensland
It was nice to have that diagnostic, concrete evidence to support what the students were doing.... After training we felt very confident to incorporate Accelium into our classroom practice. It ties in nicely with elements we are already doing, such as powerful learners...developing resilience... all in a creative and engaging way."
Daniela Coscia - Year 5 Leader Burnside Primary School, Adelaide
Kieran Jackson - Year 6 Teacher - Wilderness Junior School, Adelaide
Teacher friendly pedagogy and technology
What does an Accelium lesson look like?
How does a lesson compare?
Evidence of growth in learning?
Competencies that are developed
"The Accelium Effect"
Boost academic results
Reach disengaged students
Inspire and motivate teachers
Engage students and parents at home
Improve ICT literacy