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Get Line2 for Mac Take your business phone line with you wherever you go on all your Mac laptops and computers. Award-winning MobyMax helps struggling learners quickly catch up to grade level and closes learning gaps for all your students. Find and fix missing skills with personalized learning, pinpoint assessments, and motivating rewards. (MX Series routers only) Display action as a result of configuring the MAC address move feature.

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Every student has learning gaps.
The single most effective way to improve student outcomes is to find and fix missing skills.
Compare MobyMax to all other leading solutions and their research results, and you will see MobyMax is the most effective solution for improving student outcomes.
From Early Learning to STEM, MobyMax consistently impresses education experts in rigorous head-to-head analysis, winning over 155 awards in the last 3 years.
MobyMax provides a complete suite of curriculum and assessments for only $3,495.

The average school pays over $75,000 for multiple edtech solutions that can be replaced by MobyMax.

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Over 60 curriculum, assessments, and practice modules and subjects!
From award-winning early curriculum to algebra, from formative assessments in Quick Skill to benchmark tests in Quick Benchmarker, from adaptive practice to fluency games, MobyMax is the only comprehensive and complete education solution available.
MobyMax's completely integrated system shows 360 degree progress monitoring as well as reporting for student, parent, teacher, principal, and district administrators.
No one else invests in the success of each classroom like MobyMax. MobyMax integrates the building block of relationship skills – cooperation – into creating teams, class celebrations, and interactive class lessons. MobyMax builds fun into learning with The Daily Smile, games, badges, daily challenges, and much, much more.
The secret sauce of MobyMax is finding the right blend that maximizes student motivation, but minimizes the amount of “motivation” time in order to maximize learning time.
Save a ton of time while your students quickly catch up to grade level.
MobyMax makes a teacher's life easier. Simple to use and learn, MobyMax immediately starts saving time for teachers. For example, students automatically begin fixing missing skills from the automatic placement test. In other words, teachers see progress reports without even having to assign a lesson. Even better, the built-in motivation tools and rewards keep students eager to learn more without teacher intervention.
See and hear stories from real-world users to understand why MobyMax is loved so much.
The awards and accolades keep piling up! Learn more by visiting our awards page.
Enhanced Curriculum Solution Provider of the Year
Write-in: Best Early Learning Solution
Skills Solution (a.k.a. 21st-century skills)
Software: Curriculum and Instruction Solution Category
Software: ELL/ESOL solutions
Software: Reading Category
Software: Adaptive Learning
Software: Assessment Solutions
Software: Math
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Best Mathematics Instructional Solution for Grades PK-8
Best STEM Instructional Solution for Grades PK-8
Best Summative Assessment Solution
Best Use of Emerging Technology for Learning in Education

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Best Early Childhood Education App or Tool
Best Blended/Flipped Learning App or Tool
Best Global EdTech Leader – Glynn Willett, Co-founder

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Collection Information

Size: 150 Items, Reels LA2, LA4 and LA7; 0.5 Linear feet, Addition

La2 For Macbook

Summary: REELS LA2, LA4 and LA7: Scrapbook, 1927-1962, containing mostly newspaper clippings, articles, catalogs and announcements of Mac-Gurrins exhibitions, miscellaneous papers, mostly relating to the Federal Art Project in California, 1937-1938, including government forms, studies for murals, letters about Mac-Gurrin's work, photographs. Also included are the script of the dedication of the Los Angeles Hall of Records murals, May 20, 1939, a paper on the Old Butterfield Stage Trail, experiments on painted petrachrome slabs, experiments on sgraffito technique, memoranda, time sheets, and notes.
ADDITION: Scrapbooks, exhibition announcements and catalogs. Note: Portions previously lent for microfilming (reels LA2,4,7).