Digital Tool - Moby Max
Moby Max is used to support science and social studies curriculum.
MobyMax was founded in 2010 with the goal of closing learning gaps for all students. Today, MobyMax includes 115 modules covering all grades and subjects between kindergarten and eighth grade.
MobyMax’s four award-winning solutions—Differentiated Learning, Assessments, Interactive Class, and Real Rewards—set MobyMax apart from all other edtech products and competitors. But more importantly, together, they create an accessible, all-in-one resource of edtech tools that is far more affordable, far more complete, and far more engaging than any other edtech product available.
Our solutions help teachers close learning gaps among all students, create informed teaching with formative assessments, and make classrooms exciting with team and fluency games. Teachers who use MobyMax ensure that their students succeed, whether in the classroom or while learning remotely during school closures.
MobyMax is the most lauded edtech company in history, garnering over 100 awards in the last two years alone. The prestigious CODiE Award for Best Pre-K/Early Childhood Learning Solution, the Tech Edvocate Award for Best Global EdTech Company, and the EdTech Digest Award for Best Adaptive Technology Solution all recognize the success that MobyMax has in helping students succeed.
Educational Data Shared with Vendor:
Moby Max says teachers or administrators choose which identifying information to include as the students' first name, last name, username, password, and ID. Moby Max says they never collect sensitive information such as student addresses, social security numbers, or dates of birth. They permit teachers or administrators to replace student first and last names with nicknames or aliases.
Some Known Data Elements:
||Student Name: Student name|
|Student Program User Name and Password|
|Student Program ID|
|Student Generated Content|
This program can be accessed through the Moby Max sign-in page. This program can also be integrated with a Google and Clever sign-on.
The youngest grade in use: Grade K-8.
This program may be in use by students under the age of 13.