mozaBook is Back With New Features This Fall

Bálint Mátyás – October 4, 2017

The sleepy mornings with yawning faces, fully packed backpacks, and noisy buses are back so I’m more than happy to present you some of the mozaBook developments and features we were working on in the past few months.

New Feature in 3Ds - Freehand Drawing

Lidia Vašut – September 25, 2017

Another Monday has rolled around, bringing a brand new feature in mozaBook with it.  As you may know by now, at Mozaik, we never give up on our desire to improve and make teachers’ lives easier, which is why our software is already used worldwide and loved by educators everywhere.

Spice up your language class with the Media library

Bálint Mátyás – September 11, 2017

The Media library doesn’t need my marketing lines praising the content since it speaks for itself, but let me recommend you some possible ways to utilize it, first in a simple language class, then in bilingual education.

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.

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.

Upgrade your textbooks

Jessica Mizerak – December 7, 2015

With the growing use of new technology in classes  like interactive displays, tablets, smartphones and interactive projectors, decision makers in many nations have started investing and making digital textbooks available to educators and students. It is important to provide solutions that make digital textbooks easy to use and easy to teach with.

Making animated presentations and exercises

András Szőke – December 5, 2015

mozaBook Exercise books are wonderfully suitable for making classroom presentations and lesson plans. Along with text content we can use our own photos or images from the Internet, the image bank found in textbooks, the built-in drawings, illustrations from the mozaBook Gallery, videos as a material source for presentations.

The best app ever (probably)!

David Rebelo – December 2, 2015

Probability, a mozaTool for mathematics created by one of our developers - a mathematician from Cambridge University. The beautiful and practical design of this app make it so that the teacher can always display the charts and the equations behind these charts simultaneously - this really helps students see how the two connect and therefore grasp concepts more swiftly.

Automatic saving and publication of exercise books

András Szőke – November 30, 2015

In the latest mozaBook version there is already the possibility to synchronize exercise books through the Internet and save them automatically into our own on-line account. We can also manually upload exercise books from time to time as to this account then open it when logged-in at the last updated point.

mozaTools: The sound of music

AHOY – November 30, 2015

MozaTool Instruments is an app for English-speaking students learning music or non-English speaking students learning English - anyway, it offers images and sounds for dozens of musical instruments.

mozaTools: Hall of Fame - (almost) all those who matter

AHOY – July 10, 2014

Famous people – no matter if historical figures or contemporary celebrities – never cease to impress us. mozaTool Hall of Fame helps students to find out more about them with just a couple of clicks.

All collected in the right place

AHOY – July 4, 2014

The course book has always been an essential part of the teaching-learning process. It is the storehouse of information used both to learn and to teach from. If I take a course book I can work with all the information gathered in it. However, this in itself is not satisfying any longer as students look out for something more and teachers are also eager to provide them with more.

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