Moby Contests Are the Secret Sauce That Keeps Kids Coming Back For More!

    Posted by MobyMax on August, 16, 2021

    If you ask students why they love MobyMax, don’t get mad if they say it’s because “it’s all fun and games.” That’s exactly what Moby Contests aim to be—and why MobyMax is such a success.

    Moby Contests put the fun in learning by using competitions to keep students motivated. Students compete against their classmates, or classrooms compete against each other. Some contests are simply about a student competing against themselves. No matter which way they’re designed, contests and the games they revolve around make learning so much fun that students may not even realize that’s what they’re doing.

    Just about any kind of contest works. Want to organize a math showdown to get students competing to learn more problems? Let’s start multiplying! Want to focus on getting your students to master the parts of speech? Moby will see your verb and raise you two adjectives.

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    Topics: motivating students

    Remote Learning with MobyMax: Keeping Students Motivated

    Posted by MobyMax on March, 30, 2020

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    It can be tricky to motivate students when they’re four feet from you in a classroom. It’s another story altogether when they’re worlds away, in pajamas, on the couch. That’s why it is so important to give students a reason to keep moving forward in a remote learning environment.

    MobyMax tackles this challenge from multiple directions, starting with the naturally gamified format of lessons and further supported by features aimed directly at rewarding, recognizing, and continuously encouraging both effort and achievement.

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    Topics: Coronavirus e-learning strategies, elearning, remote learning, motivating students

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