New Zealand – teacher feedback

I came across Mangahigh by accident and really liked the sound of it, so did the free trial. My little year 5 maths group got SO excited and seemed to be spending so much time on it that I linked up for the 6 month period. They were learning so much on the games, [covering angle work and algebra] that I wasn’t even close to teaching in my programme, and the collaboration and competition was so exciting. The first question [...]

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Penrhos College, Perth – Teacher feedback

I believe that Mangahigh is an outstanding product.  The student engagement is extremely high with competition inspiring great involvement.  The activities match perfectly with the Australian Curriculum and are easy to search and assign to classes and individual students.  I really like the fact that the activities get harder as each student becomes more proficient.

Sean Ebert, Head of Year 10

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MacKillop College Werribee, Victoria – Student feedback

Mangahigh!  The best maths site ever!  I really recommend it and to be honest, I used to hate maths until this site came along!!

Mia S, Year 9


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Traralgon College, Victoria – Teacher review

Teachers and students have really enjoyed participating in the maths challenges explored so far. Some students have jumped right in and are fiercely competing for the leader board, frequently asking for more challenges!!!

Mark Seijbel, Maths Teacher

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NSW Department of education and Communities – Research evaluation

An evaluation of Digital Games-Based Learning with Mangahigh in school contexts conducted by the NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation Centre. A 10 week independent trial in 9 NSW Government schools. The study investigates the potential of Digital Games-Based Learning and gives key findings that will be of interest to all maths teachers and senior management in schools.
NSW Government research trail

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Westside Christian College, Queensland – Research evaluation

Read the results of the research trial carried out at Westside Christian College near Ipswich, Queensland.

Westside research trial

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Marsden High School, New South Wales – Teacher feedback

Aparna Thadani, Maths teacher said:

Mangahigh roused a blazing interest in maths particularly amongst our boys in years 8 and 9. The competitive nature of the games and the dynamic leader-board keeps students on their toes, excited to be in the top 5 of each Prodigi challenge or game within the school. Even our year 11s and 12s enjoyed taking a break from the traditional forms of learning and played Mangahigh at home.

The interactive nature of the lessons, adaptive learning methodology, [...]

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South Australia Secondary Principals Association (SASPA) – Research evaluation

18 secondary schools in South Australia took part in a 6 week trial with Mangahigh.com. Student performance, confidence and attitude towards mathematics was measured.

The trial ran from  March to April 2011 and students engaged in both topics that were new to them and reinforced previously covered concepts. Extensive use was made of Mangahigh resources both inside and outside the classroom.

Read the results at SASPA research trial.

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Independent Schools Queensland – Research evaluation

8 Independent schools in Queensland Australia took part in a 6 week trial to assess the impact of Mangahigh.comʼs maths resources on studentsʼ performance and attitude in mathematics.

The schools made extensive use the resources from Feb to March 2011 in order to explore new topics and reinforce previous learning.

Read the results at Independent Schools Queensland research trial


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Grace Lutheran Primary School, Queensland – Teacher feedback

My students and I found Mangahigh to be a very engaging maths website. It provided a fantastic opportunity for the students to show prior knowledge of maths concepts, learn new maths concepts and be challenged to extend their understanding of maths concepts while having fun at the same time.

Erin Evans, primary teacher.

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