We are aware of the strains being placed on teachers during these challenging times, and want to help support them in any way we can.
LONDON (PRWEB) March 12, 2020
With millions of children around the world affected by school closures, teachers are turning to distance learning tools to continue instruction in the digital space. Alongside free classroom tools being offered such as Google Classroom, teachers are looking for ways to engage students and assess their performance while they are studying remotely.
Schools can now have unlimited access to hundreds of curriculum-aligned math activities on mangahigh.com, which teachers can assign to their students. Teachers can then monitor both students’ effort and performance to ensure children are motivated and achieving in math. As part of this unlimited access, Mangahigh is also providing online training for any teachers who want to learn how to implement distance learning.
Mohit Midha, CEO of Mangahigh says: “We are aware of the strains being placed on teachers during these challenging times, and want to help support them in any way we can. By giving all schools free access to their own space on Mangahigh, we are hoping to help maintain the schools’ sense of the community, while providing an element of fun to children in a time when they need it most.”
To gain full access, schools need to sign up (no credit card needed) on the Mangahigh website to receive 60 days free access. If any schools need extensions on this, they can get in touch with Mangahigh who will work with them to support them further.
What is Mangahigh:
Mangahigh is an engaging game-based learning platform for math and coding, helping students develop a conceptual understanding of key topics and building their confidence. Built by a team of education experts, Mangahigh supports teachers in providing a unique learning experience for each student through our AI algorithm and curriculum-aligned content.