mozaBook Exercise books are wonderfully suitable for making classroom presentations and lesson plans. Along with text content we can use our own photos or images from the Internet, the image bank found in textbooks, the built-in drawings, illustrations from the mozaBook Gallery, videos as a material source for presentations.
Looking for ways to use today's great technology to make a greater impact on your students? We have four hints for using technology successfully in your classroom - no matter which subject you teach.
Probability, a mozaTool for mathematics created by one of our developers - a mathematician from Cambridge University. The beautiful and practical design of this app make it so that the teacher can always display the charts and the equations behind these charts simultaneously - this really helps students see how the two connect and therefore grasp concepts more swiftly.
Most pupils are interested in learning about their own body and about how it works. However, it can be difficult to visualize and understand how tissues work, especially human blood. These problems can be solved with the help of a 3D animation about human blood.
Ever been in the situation where your students had difficulties imagining what on Earth you are talking about? Travel back in time and show students events and objects from history, show them with 3D animations and tools. The following lesson plan provides you with ideas to teach the geography of Great Britain.
In the latest mozaBook version there is already the possibility to synchronize exercise books through the Internet and save them automatically into our own on-line account. We can also manually upload exercise books from time to time as to this account then open it when logged-in at the last updated point.
MozaTool Instruments is an app for English-speaking students learning music or non-English speaking students learning English - anyway, it offers images and sounds for dozens of musical instruments.
What does the vascular tissue consist of? What do the terms "xylem" and "phloem" stand for? What do they look like? What are vascular bundles and what types do they have? How can they be examined? The following lesson plan provides ideas for teaching plant water transport.
Is it possible to teach ethical behavior? Apparently, thisis an existing and legitimate suggestion. Now let’s try it! With Ethics Unwrapped University of Texas makes an attempt to teach such basic ethics for students that are useful when coping with the challenges of the business world. Certainly, economic crises of previous years pinpoint how crucial it would be to live up to ethical standards in the business sphere. Had it been for conforming to basic ethic norms, the whole American credit crisis could’ve been prevented.
Famous people – no matter if historical figures or contemporary celebrities – never cease to impress us. mozaTool Hall of Fame helps students to find out more about them with just a couple of clicks.
The course book has always been an essential part of the teaching-learning process. It is the storehouse of information used both to learn and to teach from. If I take a course book I can work with all the information gathered in it. However, this in itself is not satisfying any longer as students look out for something more and teachers are also eager to provide them with more.
I've found a gripping article the other day about researchers who had examined the network system of the Greek epic poem The Odyssey, mapping 1700 connections of 342 characters. Interestingly enough, they have found that the network system of the epos is very similar to that of the network systems of Facebook or Twitter