MobyMax Enters the Philippines

Posted by MobyMax on May 23, 2017 11:25:47 AM

Emergent Digital Teacher becomes the exclusive distributor of MobyMax in the Philippines

May 23, 2017 - Emergent Digital Teacher (EDT), becomes the exclusive distributor of MobyMax in the Philippines and for all Overseas Filipino Workers with children living and studying in the Philippines.

With a population of over 100 million the Philippines is considered the 5th largest English speaking nation after the U.S.A., India, Pakistan and the United Kingdom. The Philippines is also one of the top emerging digital economies in Asia. Over 40% of the population is online making the Philippines the second highest-ranking internet using nation in Southeast Asia and the 6th ranking in all of Asia.

We look forward to Emergent Digital Teacher introducing MobyMax to students in the Philippines. School aged children learning in English across the globe have seen significant academic improvement using MobyMax’s personalized learning curriculum.

EDT has been working closely with schools and the local market in the Philippines for many years. With MobyMax, EDT will launch an online enrichment platform, to facilitate communication with parents and teachers and guide each child’s individual learning path. We expect EDT to see rapid adoption of MobyMax in the Philippines.

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Fulton Sees Success With MobyMax Program

Posted by MobyMax on Mar 1, 2017 11:00:00 AM

FULTON – Fulton City School District students have used MobyMax, an online learning tool, to make personal gains in mathematics and English language arts.

The fun, interactive learning opportunity is offered to students throughout the district’s elementary and junior high schools to help them review skills and become more academically proficient.

Renee Hendrickson, FCSD English language arts coach, said the K-8 program is also beneficial to some G. Ray Bodley High School classrooms because “it seems to reach the gamut” with writing, vocabulary, language, informational reading, literature and mathematical skills.

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Early Reading System Adds Phonics Units

Posted by MobyMax on Dec 6, 2016 3:00:00 PM

By Sri Ravipati | December 6, 2016 

The first module is MobyMax’s “Alphabet,” which can quickly identify which letters students have mastered and focuses on improving weaker letters. Additionally, “Phonics Sounds” teaches letter-sound correspondences, while “Phonics Blending” introduces segmenting and blending words.

Other new modules include:

  • “Phonics” covers Latin and Greek roots of words;
  • “Dolch Sight Words” and “Fry Sight Words” teach sight words; and
  • “Phonic Spelling” practices spelling words from a pre-set list of words or the teacher’s list.

MobyMax utilizes personalized learning “to help students learn twice as fast,” according to the company website. More than 22 million students have used the system for 26 different subjects, including language arts, math, science and social studies. Last year, MobyMax was actively used in 73 percent of public elementary, middle and high schools in the United States, according to a company statement.

To learn more about the early reading system, visit the MobyMax site.

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App of the Week: Adaptive, gamified lessons and assessment

Posted by MobyMax on Sep 6, 2016 10:00:00 AM

By Stephen Noonoo| September 6, 2016 

Track progress, play games with CCSS-aligned multi-subject lessons

Ed. note: App of the Week picks are now being curated by the editors of Common Sense Education, which helps educators find the best ed-tech tools, learn best practices for teaching with tech, and equip students with the skills they need to use technology safely and responsibly. 


What’s It Like? MobyMax is a K-8 learning platform (and Chrome app) for math, literacy, science, and social studies equipped with adaptive tests, test-prep lessons, and motivational tools such as games and badges. The app claims that all sections (from Fact Fluency to Informational Reading Skills) are explicitly aligned with Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards. MobyMax also features specific state test-prep activities. Unique features include teachers’ ability to assign badges for performance, student goal-setting, student-teacher messaging, and teacher-created class contests. The site also has a Wall feature where teachers can post class messages, assignments, events, and polls.

Price: Free/paid

Grades: K-8

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MobyMax Debuts Personalized Social Studies Curriculum

Posted by MobyMax on Mar 23, 2016 5:00:00 PM

By Joshua Bolkan 03/23/16

MobyMax, a provider of personalized curricula, has launched a new cognitive skills social studies curriculum for grades 1 and 2 with grades 3-8 coming by August.

"Engaging, interactive lessons are organized into four major domains: history, geography, government and economics," according to a news release. "Each lesson uses cognitive skill manipulatives to push students to think critically about topics being covered. Additionally, lessons include quick checks for understanding to recap main ideas, periodic reviews of relevant vocabulary and short quizzes for each topic. Each lesson concludes with a comprehensive test, which provides teachers a final summative measure of mastery."

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In one West Virginia school, contests inspire e-learning

Posted by MobyMax on Mar 9, 2016 2:49:00 PM

By appealing to competitiveness, students engage in online lessons to earn points and win prizes

By  | March 9, 2016 

Boone County, WV isn’t exactly known for being a bastion of education technology. 

But in the western coal-mining town of Comfort, WV, Sherman Elementary School is seeing success in motivating young learners to tackle the challenges of e-learning by offering a system of points and prizes.

The elementary school serves under 500 students from pre-K through the sixth grade. 

Assistant Principal Jacob Messer and his staff were brainstorming ways to use a new ed-tech product called MobyMax over the summer break when they decided to hold a contest.

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After snow storm, Boone elementary students study at home

Posted by MobyMax on Jan 27, 2016 3:00:00 PM

by Ryan Quinn, Education Reporter

Despite consecutive school days canceled, students at Boone County’s Sherman Elementary are continuing their studies through an online learning competition. 

Assistant Principal Jacob Messer said that, out of Sherman’s roughly 425 pupils, 49 were doing online assignments Thursday, the county’s first snow day. By Friday, he said, the number had doubled, and on Saturday and Sunday, for which he took just one count for both days, there were 116 participants. By Monday, there were 123.

“You would not expect kids to want to work on their days off,” Messer said. “We should all be proud of the total team effort we’re getting right now.” 

For the competition, the Comfort school, in northern Boone, has been asking its first- through sixth-graders to each day complete seven out of nine assignments on the online MobyMax program.

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