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Personalized Curriculum for K-8 from MobyMax

October 15, 2015

Finding materials that are just right for every student is a daily challenge for teachers. MobyMax offers a integrated curriculum. It covers reading, writing, vocabulary, language, math, fact fluency, number sense, science and early reading. The personalized curriculum identifies student skill gaps. This happens with a find-and-fix technology. This technology targets instruction and increases one full grade level in 40 hours. Teachers are loving the easy and accurate diagnostic tools. Including assessment, IEP reporting, test preparation and real-time progress monitoring. Students can earn badges and game time, receive awards, and compete in classroom contests.

Personalized Curriculum for K-8

Personalized Curriculum from MobyMaxMobyMax currently serves more than half of all K-8 schools in the United States. This includes registration of more than 15 million students. All students use interactive personalized learning that certainly aligns with CCSS and NGSS standards. Now students can also use MobyMax Touch Curriculum™ with cognitive skill manipulatives. These teach students to be better problem-solvers, critical thinkers, and creative geniuses while significantly deepening their mastery of content.

Visit MobyMax’s website to learn more!

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