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Game-Based Learning

Puzzle of the Hundred Steps – Low Floor High Ceiling Puzzle

Blogpost by Drew Foster   There is a famous story that is said to have happened in a German primary school. A young student named Gauss had been misbehaving so his teacher gave him a task: add all the numbers… Continue reading →

Brand New Place Value Game!

Have your umbrellas ready! We’ve released a brand new place value game called Little Rain Cloud! Little Rain Cloud helps students aged 5 – 14 manipulate digits to explore place value. Students will have to order numbers, varying from whole… Continue reading →

Here’s why my students always complete their homework, and now their parents help them too.

A teacher from the Blessed Edward Bamber Catholic Multi Academy Trust explains how Mangahigh has positively impacted the homework habits of their students.

5 tips to running a successful game-based learning lesson!

A teacher at Campion School, UK, provides 5 tips for successfully integrating game-based learning into your teaching plan.

Game-based learning has become an integral part of my teaching, here’s why.

A teacher at Marshgate, UK, explains how  our platform Mangahigh has helped with student engagement and their teaching.

​How Game-Based Learning Encourages Growth Mindset

A piece written by Denise K. Henry, M.A.Ed, Director of Educational Technology at Mangahigh. Originally posted on EdSurge.

Growth Mindset, What’s It All About?

A Look Into Growth Mindset, The Theory Taking Education By Storm

The Case for Game-Based Learning

Student engagement is harder to maintain than ever before, especially amongst the math and science subjects. Is game-based learning the answer 21st century teaching has been searching for? It might just be.  

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