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University of Hertfordshire – PGCE Maths student feedback

Steve Newnham, currently in his training year said:

“This is awesome!!! Like a proper experience of maths, rather than a page of ‘drills”.

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Carre’s Grammar School, Lincolnshire – Teacher feedback

On behalf of all the pupils at Carre’s Grammar, I would just like to say that the site is fantastic and they all love it!

So much so that we are having to restrict lunchtime access to the site as our computer suites are overwhelmed with pupils playing Mangahigh!! My colleagues and I find the games extremely addictive!

Many thanks for all you help.

Rachael Needham

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Mintlaw Academy, Aberdeenshire – Research evaluation

Students and teachers at Mintlaw School give great feedback on their Mangahigh trial. Mintlaw research trial

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Ormiston Bolingbroke Academy

Ormiston Bolingbroke Academy, Cheshire – Teacher feedback

I’ve just been on the MangaHigh website and think that it would be a great tool for the pupils in my school.

Ben Barry, Maths teacher

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Research evaluation with Learning and Teaching Scotland (LTS)

Extensive trial with 10 Scottish schools over 3 months. Read the feedback from teachers and students and find out about the impact of Mangahigh during and after the trial. LTS Research trial.

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Featherstone School, London – Deputy Headmaster feedback

Neil Bradford, deputy head and Maths teacher said:

“The Mangahigh blend of gaming technology with the learning and re-enforcement of mathematical skills is quite superb. The product has proved hugely popular with students, many of whom have been lured into answering more mathematical questions than we could ever have hoped with the standard text book approach. In my opinion Mangahigh is taking e-learning to another level. The bar has been raised significantly.”

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Featherstone School, London – Research evaluation (2009)

Mangahigh’s first full scale trial. Read the impressive results at Featherstone High School Evaluation research.

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