Talk About “Active Learning”! When Will Interactive Wall & Floor Systems Become More Common in our Schools?
Ed Note: I welcomed this post from Anup Tapadia … I think these types of interactive systems have so much potential in education, but I see very little about these in the education or technology press and social media. There is a growing body of evidence and literature supporting the relationship between motion and learning. I wonder when more schools are going to start to tap into this more effectively and make it a “best practice”? – K. Walsh
Give kids a choice between playing and studying, and who wouldnâ€™t prefer playing?
There is a noticeable change in the methods of teaching these days, with the goal of keeping children engaged while they are being taught. Schools evolve teaching methods to stay contemporaryÂ and tap into studentsâ€™ desire for interaction. When it is possible to combine â€˜playâ€™ with learning, everybody wins!
Few kid would say no to aÂ fun, immersive, highly engagingÂ interactive floor game that meets the purposeÂ of teachingÂ math in a not-so boring manner, after all.Â While the child is playing, he or sheÂ isÂ also learning in a fun way.
Check out this fun video showing how students and teachers are loving the MotionMagix interactive floor and wall system!
Children like to be in a free, unbound, untied environment, which has no restrictions. They are more productive in large spaces thatÂ do notÂ curb their movements.Â In conventional classrooms, a childâ€™s movement in the activity of studying is restricted toÂ sitting on a bench, looking at theÂ board;Â it is increasingly understood that movement stimulates learning!
Many schools haveÂ acquiredÂ various interactive play platforms like interactiveÂ walls and interactiveÂ floors.Â These interactive floor and wall activities have been very efficient in teachingÂ kindergarten andÂ pre-school children especially.
The local and international schools that have installedÂ MotionMagixâ„¢Â have found it to be a revolutionary next-generation interactive play platform withÂ endless possibilities!
Teachers and Parents Share Their Love for MotionMagix
â€œMotionMagix Interactive System installed at our school has not only improved the mortar and cognitive skills, but has helped kids and their parents realize their true potential while keeping it fun!â€
â€“ Mrs. Sneha (Principal – JumpStart, India)
â€œThis interactive play platform has unlocked my childâ€™s true potential; now he is super thirsty for knowledge and is riddled with curiosity about everythingâ€
â€“ Siddharth K ( Parent )
MotionMagixâ„¢Â has proved to be a healthy way of blending mental and physical activity. It improves collaboration, participation and cognitive skills in children.
Educators look forÂ kids to be happy and delighted while they learn, and anÂ interactive experienceÂ only accelerates the process.Â With options of many fun and educational multiplayer games with varied difficulty levels, the system can improve collaboration, participation and cognitive skills in kids. Click here to learn more about MotionMagixâ„¢Â systems!
has proved to be a healthy way of blending mental and physical activity. It improves collaboration, participation and cognitive skills in children. Through Scoop it from:https://www.wonkaplayground.com/interactive-games/
Hi Laud – So sorry for the slow response! Did you try the Support form on the Motion Magix site? http://www.motionmagix.com/support/
I have an android device ( andr. 4.4.2) that i want to get a software as motionmagix that allows for multi-touch interactivity. I have searched most platforms and was redirected here by a friend. I hope I get something good from you ASAP.
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