Authentic differentiation will soon be possible within SEQTA’s award-winning teaching and learning management system, with news that an integration with differentiated learning software provider, myEdOnline, will be achieved in late November.

The latest in a series of landmark integrations; myEdOnline will enable SEQTA teachers to quickly develop students’ individual learning pathways, create engaging digital lessons, track students’ progress in real-time, and mark and provide feedback.

With integrated gamification, automated feedback, social learning, quizzes, animations, interactive learning and more, myEdOnline enables teachers to better engage with students without changing their teaching approach.

Chief Executive Officer Grant Grosser said SEQTA’s partnership with myEdOnline opens up a whole new realm of possibilities for SEQTA users.

“Teachers will have the means to create powerful, personalised learning experiences and students will benefit from having lessons that cater to their individual capabilities. It’s a win-win.”

For more information about myEdOnline’s integration with the SEQTA Suite, or for any other queries regarding myEdOnline, please contact Rosemary Murphy:

  • Phone:  0411 644 308


SEQTA Software, (a division of Saron Education Limited, a public unlisted company) is a business involved in providing the SEQTA Suite to the K to 12 Education market in Australia as well as internationally.

The SEQTA Suite is an all-in-one, collaborative teaching and learning ecosystem that enables teachers to manage all their administrative tasks in one place, while simultaneously engaging students and parents in an interactive, supportive community. The SEQTA Suite was designed around the natural work-flow of teachers, allowing them to create virtual learning environments; realistically eliminating the need for paper for everything from attendance, behaviour management, teaching and learning programmes, marks books and reporting to parents.

Media references:  
Gillian Loh, Chief Marketing Officer, +61 8 9301 2277 /

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