Blogs in: Student Centered Learning

Student centered teaching focuses on addressing the unique learning needs, learning styles, aspirations, interests and even cultural backgrounds of individual students to make education more meaningful, relevant and engaging. Student centered education is much more than the personalization of learning experiences.

Student centered classrooms allow learners to take charge of their learning, complete tasks independently and ask questions. It results in greater engagement and participation in learning activities, along with improved interaction and collaboration between students. Read here to know more about advances in student centered teaching.

MagicBox<sup>TM</sup> Success Story – Improving Student’s Engagement Online

Back to school and few months after that are always overwhelming busy time for educators and finally, the rush for  2017 is over. For a global education technology company like Magic, there is no respite any time during the year. In Australia, school years typically start in January But, In Asia and United States it [...]

How Magic Box supports Universal Design for Learning

Education systems usually comprise rigid curricula and a one-size-fits-all approach to teaching. Standardized approaches to instruction tend to act as barriers to learning, often resulting in a sub-optimal climate for fostering academic success. Advent of digital learning allows educators to design tailor-made solutions to cater to individual student needs and bring about greater engagement with [...]

How Magic Box supports Universal Design for Learning

Magic Software partners with Clever Magic Software, a leading education technology provider, announced today that it has partnered with Clever to successfully deploy MagicBoxTM, a cloud based digital publishing, distribution and analytics platform, at one of the largest school districts in Florida. Around 100,000 students were successfully on-boarded in a single day to access and use [...]

Enhancing Learning Outcomes with MagicBox<sup>TM</sup>

Improving Learning in Classroom with Digital Education

There was a time when learning was purely restricted to the classroom and the last thing students were interested in after school was the curriculum. According to Deloitte’s 2016 Digital Education Survey, 75% of students are interested in spending time after school to learn more about what they study in school. And the fact that [...]

Improving Learning in Classroom with Digital Education

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