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The Reports Dashboard Has Been Revamped!

We’ve enhanced our reporting dashboard! Tracking and monitoring your students’ progress has never been easier or clearer. Here’s all you need to know about the changes we’ve made to the dashboard.   ASSIGNMENTS REPORT Assigning activities to your students regularly… Continue reading →

Codebreaking: Mastery and Problem Solving

Blogpost by Drew Foster   Low Threshold High Ceiling Tasks This blog focuses on tasks that are incredibly accessible and engaging for children of all ages as the mathematical content is relatively simple. It offers children the opportunity to extend… Continue reading →

Hexaflexagons – Back to School Ideas

Blog post by Drew Foster The best way to experience the delights of hexaflexagons is to make one yourself. All you’ll need is scissors, a glue stick and a spare ten minutes.  First download the pdf template and print it out on… Continue reading →

“Higher Maths Pupils Make ‘Basic’ Numeracy Errors” – Is There a Solution?

As The Herald Scotland recently published an article on how maths pupils are still making basic numeracy errors in exams, we asked our EMEA Schools Director why he thought this was the case and if there was a way to… Continue reading →

Growth Mindset, What’s It All About?

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

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!  

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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

 

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