Stockholm Sweden: One of World Mosaic’s edtech investments, Yahki, celebrated its first anniversary in the Sweden school market, delivered through the Skolon e-store for education. Yahki is a digital learning environment for students and teachers, designed to support online collaboration, peer review and future-focused learning. Yahki links student research and inquiry with digital portfolios that showcase excellence.
Chicago USA: Students at James B McPherson Elementary School in Chicago showcased their WOW! local research projects. Students completed their 15-week WOW! research projects, brainstorming and framing local area research topics, key questions, hypotheses, and putting their research methodologies into action. Students maintained their research logs in the mme moe app and drafted and revised their research findings and artifacts as Yahki digital mashups and blogs they were able to share with peers and use in support of their local…
San Francisco USA: World Mosaic concluded corporate advisory work for Readable English, assisting the business incorporate in the US. World Mosaic continued to provide strategic advice to Readable English, particularly in market development in the US, supporting Readable’s new team of education, technology and business professionals.
Sydney Australia: World Mosaic founder, Mark Lamont, supported Australian education leaders in their analysis of digital trends and opportunities across school education. Mosaic participated in forums which included education strategy input from Google, Microsoft, Apple and Gartner. Mosaic assisted education leaders in their consideration of digital innovation in terms of capacity, scale and efficacy.
Sydney Australia: World Mosaic completed a School Administration (SA) system review (SA is also known as SIS, MIS or SMS in different markets) for one of the world’s largest Department of Education school jurisdictions. The review included a domestic and international market scan, examining trends and capabilities in the evolving cloud services sphere, also considering the differing needs of a range of school cohorts. The project was driven by the need to free up staff from tedious administration tasks to…
Sydney Australia: World Mosaic’s software research and development team completed an interactive multimedia content conversion project, converting samples from a research-based cognitive intervention program into a more accessible HTML5 format. The project involved Chicago-based client management and software and creative design team inputs in Chennai India and Sydney Australia.
Perth Australia: One of World Mosaic’s edtech investments, mme moe, deployed its most significant software upgrade since inception in 2015. The new mme moe release delivered a host of user experience improvements and adds to mme moe a teacher professional learning marketplace, matching teachers willing and able to coach specific teaching skills with teachers who seek support in those skills. mme moe is a professional learning and coaching application that supports school systems seeking to move from the old top-down,…
Bloomington Indiana USA: World Mosaic supported Readable English, conducting reading efficacy research across three Indiana school districts. Readable English provides a patented reading program that addresses cognitive barriers associated with early readers. World Mosaic captured, analysed and presented literacy data to assist education and industry sponsors in their decisions to expand the program’s reach.
Melbourne Australia: World Mosaic extended its membership in EduGrowth, a not-for-profit organisation that “connects and collaborates to accelerate Australia’s education technology and innovation ecosystem globally.” Through EduGrowth, World Mosaic supports Australia’s growing edtech industry and the opportunity to expand Australian edtech exports..
London UK: World Mosaic was invited to participate in the United Nation’s Climate Change (UNCC Learn) ‘eduCCate’ program. Mosaic’s social learning platform, Yahki, is being configured to connect UK teachers and students in their study of climate change and civic action.