You might remember our lovely partner school from Haiger, Germany as last semester they were kind enough to write a short summary of their experiences of using our digital solutions. In October we had the chance to meet their media team in Frankfurt at the annual Buchmesse and conduct a quick interview about how things are going in the school, how kids are doing, and you know, about mozaBook itself.
King Stephen Báthory Primary School No. 5 in Łodz has been using the mozaBook software since August 31, 2017. After the signing of the Partner School Agreement officially establishing our partnership. The software is installed on all interactive boards in the school and after a year of using these tools in our work we can definitely confirm that mozaLearn offers an integrated learning environment, providing teachers of all subjects with various educational tools such as videos, animation, and 3D models.
Six months ago we had the chance to host three amazing German teachers at our dedicated training center in Szeged, Hungary. The media team of the Mittelpunkt Elementary School travelled all the way from Haiger with a clear purpose: learn about the mozaLearn system as much as possible, then implement our digital solutions, mozaBook and mozaWeb in their wonderful elementary school.
Sechs Monate ist es nun her, dass wir in Szeged, Ungarn zu Gast waren. Nach drei spannenden Tagen, in denen wir eine Einführung in die Möglichkeiten des Mozabooks bekommen haben, waren wir davon überzeugt unbedingt mit der Software an unserer Grundschule arbeiten zu wollen.
I would like to give you a few tips and emphasize how useful and exciting mozaBook can be in the field of second language teaching and learning.
Mozaik Education is delighted to see more and more schools using our educational presentation software, mozaBook. In this blog post I will tell you a bit more about our work in the Netherlands.
There is a good proverb: “Knowledge is boundless, human capacity, limited.” Even if it is a popular wisdom, we, at Mozaik Education, bend over backwards trying to argue the point.
Learning is most effective when information reaches students through as many different channels as possible. Learning styles and the ways information is received may vary. Therefore, teachers must prepare carefully to be able to elaborate on different topics. mozaBook makes explaining the material significantly easier and decreases the amount of time spent on preparation.
Last December, just before Christmas, Mozaik was invited to the beautiful, historic city of Cluj-Napoca to speak about digital education at the local Babes-Bolyai University.
In addition to having to adhere to the national curriculum, teachers need to motivate disinterested students, consider each student’s individual needs, build a sense of community within their classroom, and create assessments that measure both skill development and critical thinking.
The use of boards, projectors, and audio and video players in the classroom used to require a great deal of effort and preparation from teachers. But fear not, for mozaBook provides the perfect solution to this problem: now you can collect all the supplementary content that you wish to upgrade your lessons with in one place.
It is easy to help your students develop memory and attention skills with the help of mozaBook’s tool set.