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​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.

The Power of Rewarding Effort

How Mangahigh used gamification to supercharge learning in our recent interschool competition

How to Tackle Summer Learning Loss in Mathematics!

Kids Are Losing Mathematical Skills During Their Summer Break, And There Are A Few Things We Can Do To Counteract It

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!  

The Psychology Behind Game-Based Learning

What is the psychology behind game-based learning? Let us give you a quick run through of the science behind the theory.  

Our Mission

Let Us Tell You A Bit About Our Blog For All Your Game-Based Learning Needs  

Morgan EP (Enhanced Provision for pupils with Autism Spectrum Disorder) – Dundee, Scotland

I first used Mangahigh as a support for learning teacher with maths classes. Maths teachers would generally allocate a lesson per week to Mangahigh. The pupils regarded this time as a reward and it was therefore used as an incentive…. Continue Reading →

Featherstone School, London – Case Study

Featherstone High School was one of the first schools globally to start using Mangahigh back in 2009. In this video, Deputy Head Neil Bradford and his staff talk about the dramatic impact that games-based maths has had at Featherstone, helping… Continue Reading →

Research Evaluation – Churchdown Village Junior School, Gloucestershire

 

Research Evaluation – Redbridge Primary Schools, London

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