The European reality is dual and multilingualism

Olga Pushkina – April 5, 2016

Multilingualism is one of the phenomena of the modern world, prompted by economic and cultural globalization. According to recent research there are more multilingual than monolingual people in the world. mozaBook is translated into 20 languages and the MULTILANG mozaBook license allows for the interchangeable usage of these languages.

mozaBook wins Cool Tool: Presentation Solution in EdTech Awards

Jessica Mizerak – March 24, 2016

We’re pleased to announce that mozaBook has been selected as a winner as Cool Tool in the Presentation Solution category of the 2016 EdTech Awards. mozaBook was also chosen as a finalist for two other categories of the competition: e-Learning, Blended Learning or Flipped Solution and Content Provider Solution.

Extraordinary (and unusual!) 3D models for learning

Dávid Furák – February 25, 2016

We have over 1,100 interactive 3D models and scenes, but can Mozaik's models be used for topics you might not have expected? Definitely! Read our post to find out how we can use 3Ds to help students learn about probability, logic and spatial geometry.

Test your students using historical personalities!

Olga Pushkina – February 2, 2016

History is a core subject, but the way we teach History at school presents a real challenge. History can be extremely interesting, but it can also be extremely dull, especially when it is turned into the endless memorization of dates, taken out of the wider historical context. Mozaik is passionate about History and really wants this wonderful subject to flourish in classrooms all over the world.

mozaBook on tour in the UK

Jessica Mizerak – January 9, 2016

When we met the folks at Elementary Technology, we knew the combination of their hardware offering and the mozaBook software and interactive content would make a great solution for teachers!

EduTab for innovative education in Austria

Jessica Mizerak – January 8, 2016

Mozaik Education has teamed up with Microsoft and Lemberger Bildung to bring students in Austria the eduTab, a functional tablet including mozaBook and mozaWeb access.

mozaBook and mozaWeb webinars in Bulgaria

Jessica Mizerak – January 7, 2016

One of our partners, Prosveta Publishing House in Bulgaria, has been filming and publishing webinars about their digital books on mozaBook and mozaWeb. The webinars show how the digital books can be accessed and used in classroom and how teachers can incorporate the interactive content into their lessons. After the live broadcasts, the webinars can be found on their YouTube channel.

mozaBook partner training in Cairo

Jessica Mizerak – January 6, 2016

We prepare our international partners to hold training sessions for their clients. Training teachers to use technology is an integral part to the success of digital education. Recently our partners, GIMPEX, held a training session at their offices for trainees from the Exzellenz Zentrum.

The power of 3D in education

Jessica Mizerak – January 5, 2016

The third dimension is the best dimension! 3D holograms, images, and now printing- 3D is a way to view things that has continued to fascinate us for decades and still today shows so much potential in a variety of industries. This post explores the benefits of using interactive 3D models in the classroom.

Ready, Set, BETT!

Jessica Mizerak – December 17, 2015

Another BETT Show is nearing! We’ve been traveling to London annually for this huge education technology event since 2013, and our team is already making preparations for the January 2016 show. BETT always gives us the opportunity to meet with publishers, distributors, school administrators, teachers and students alike!

Holiday greetings (and dinosaurs) from Mozaik

Admin – December 14, 2015

Ever wished to see your favorite dinosaurs enjoying the Christmas season? This year that wish has come true! Check out our special Christmas edition Apatosaurus 3D. Happy holidays from all of us.

Edtech vs. hands-on

Jessica Mizerak – December 9, 2015

Technology in education? Or all hands-on? Why not combine them for a well-rounded learning experience? When used well in classrooms, both technology and hands-on can encourage independence and exploration. They can both encourage critical thinking skills, too.

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