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.
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.
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.
Here at Mozaik Education we are committed to the principle that “Knowing that you do not know much is knowing a lot.” Even after more than 20 years of hard work in the industry, we are not satisfied with what has already been achieved.
Mozaik Education and Mozaik’s official distributor in Iraq, Al-Nabaa are happy to announce a brand new pilot project in Baghdad, Iraq. The project was launched this March in cooperation with Baghdad High School College.
This year, Mozaik returned to the GESS show again, which is one of the most important educational expos of the Middle East. The three days we spent there were fun and quite fruitful, and wanted to share this adventure with our readers and followers.
Learning is most effective when information reaches students through as many different channels as possible. Learning styles and the ways information is received may vary. Therefore, teachers must prepare carefully to be able to elaborate on different topics. mozaBook makes explaining the material significantly easier and decreases the amount of time spent on preparation.
This January, Mozaik Education was delighted to host a group of teachers from Tallinna Reaalkool. Tallinna Reaalkool, or Tallinn Secondary School of Science as it is called in English, is one of the oldest schools in Tallinn. It was established in 1881 and is located very close to the old city of Tallinn.