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Mangahigh.com wins eSchool Media’s 2012 Reader’s Choice Award
Mangahigh, a free games-based math website, has been selected to receive a 2012 Reader’s Choice Award, and honored as one of the resources with which teachers have enjoyed most success.
Mangahigh, a free games-based math website, has been selected to receive a 2012 Reader’s Choice Award, and honored as one of the resources with which teachers have enjoyed most success. Readers and visitors of eSchool Media’s websites and publications, eSchool News, eCampus News and eClassroom News were asked to nominate their favorite educational website, service, software or hardware and to detail how they were using it to improve teaching and learning. These nominations were counted and assessed by eSchool Media, and the top 50 singled out for recognition as 2012 Award Winners.
In receiving this accolade Mangahigh.com gains recognition from both eSchool Media and from the teaching profession, earning its place on the ‘2012 Reader’s Choice Awards Report’ which constitutes a definitive list of the educational technology products that have proven to be effective, as vouchsafed and recommended by education decision makers nationwide.
“Mangahigh is a great way to shake up our math class - room while injecting it with a big dose of fun, discovery, and challenge,” said Pierre Renaud, a teacher for the Ottawa - Carleton District in Ontario who nominated Mangahigh. “It’s easy for students to work at their own pace and for us to track progress. ... We also use the built-in analytics to help inform decisions about where to go next with our students, [and] many students who have computers at home continue their learning there.”
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Mangahigh is a classroom math teaching resource that uses online game technologies and reward mechanisms to deliver unmatched student engagement in math. Incorporating more than 50,000 math questions and 15 unique math games, Mangahigh boasts some of the most powerful analytical tools in the online math world. Mangahigh’s adaptive technology means that questions are always suited to the individual student, so at-grade and gifted students are as well catered to as RTI, Remediation and Special Education students. Visit http://www.mangahigh.com