Inquiry-based learning program launched

Inquiry-based learning program launched

Sydney Australia: World Mosaic launched WOW! I’m a Computer Scientist. Available worldwide, WOW! goes beyond coding programs. WOW! is a holistic Computer Science learning experience that solves significant problems experienced in other STEM programs – teacher support and making connections to real-world applications. WOW! is a curriculum-aligned, refreshing approach to Computer Science and inquiry-based learning integration with the wider curriculum. Learn more.

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Taking edtech innovation to TCEA Texas

Austin Texas USA: World Mosaic met school districts and edtech industry representatives at the annual #TCEA conference. World Mosaic presented developments in Inspire, TeacherIn, mme moe, Yahki  and BigBox, targeted at TEKS, T-TESS, substitute teacher management and STAAR. Read about our USA edtech product portfolio.

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Digital learning in Kazakhstan

Semey Kazakhstan: NIS high school implemented the Yahki digital learning environment to teach high school Science in the English and Kazak languages. Yahki, a subsidiary of World Mosaic, enables students to construct and ‘retell’ their STEM knowledge, producing outstanding results in Science at NIS.

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Teacher coaching app export

World Mosaic’s subsidiary, mme moe, celebrates the export of its cloud-based coaching platform to school systems in the United States. The mme moe app delivers an unrivalled professional learning and mentoring network and toolkit for principals and teachers.

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BETT Innovation Award win

TeacherIn is an outstanding cover (substitute) teacher placement app and vetted marketplace. World Mosaic assisted TeacherIn’s UK market entry in 2016. TeacherIn won the 2017 BETT Award for Innovation. Read about our market entry services.

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Global edtech market development

Bangkok Thailand: World Mosaic assisted video storytelling Website, Binumi, with their USA, UK and Australian market strategy and with product enhancements for the education market. World Mosaic then set up Binumi’s a partnership with US-based Professor Garfield Foundation. Binumi enables students and teachers to painlessly produce quality video assignments to improve learning, engagement and visual literacy. Read about our edtech market development services.

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