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The British School, New Delhi win an ISA with Mangahigh

Sunny Thakral, a teacher at The British School, New Delhi, explains how using Mangahigh helped their students develop mathematic proficiency and go on to win an International School Award for the Use of Digital Technology in Learning.   Gaming our… Continue reading →

Mangahigh Improves Results In Math, But Don’t Just Take Our Word For It

A Teacher’s Perspective on How Mangahigh Has Helped to Improve His Students’ Achievement In Math!  

Rio del Valle Middle School, California – Research Evaluation

Emmaus School, Pennsylvania – Research Evaluation

Curtis Middle School, Kansas – Research Evaluation

Exceptional Teacher Feedback

Here is a selection of teacher comments throughout the many years of Mangahigh implementation in Australia and New Zealand so far. These are a true testament to the impact a Games-Based Learning platform like Mangahigh can have on the learning… Continue reading →

NSW Department of Education and Communities – Research Evaluation

An evaluation of Digital Games-Based Learning with Mangahigh in school contexts conducted by the NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation Centre. A 10 week independent trial in 9 NSW Government schools. The study investigates the potential of Digital Games-Based Learning and… Continue reading →

Westside Christian College, Queensland – Research Evaluation

Read the results of the research trial carried out at Westside Christian College near Ipswich, Queensland.  

South Australia Secondary Principals Association (SASPA) – Research Evaluation

18 secondary schools in South Australia took part in a 6 week trial with Mangahigh.com. Student performance, confidence and attitude towards mathematics was measured. The trial ran from  March to April 2011 and students engaged in both topics that were… Continue reading →

Independent Schools Queensland – Research Evaluation

8 Independent schools in Queensland Australia took part in a 6 week trial to assess the impact of Mangahigh’s math resources on studentsʼ performance and attitude in mathematics. The schools made extensive use of the resources, from Feb to March… Continue reading →

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