Improve your offer with mCurriculum: interactive Math and Science e-lessons for K12
Based on the British syllabus and mapped against Common Core & NGSS, mCurriculum contains over 1,000 highly interactive Math and Science digital lessons for K12 education. What else makes mCurriculum the best resource for teaching Math and Science to young students?
mCurriculum is a ready-made interactive content — that means all of the 11,200 interactive ePages are available for traditional classrooms or through distance learning today, both as a leading and supplementary material. More than 1,000 e-lessons covering Math, Science, Physics, Biology and Chemistry are supported by over 23,600 top quality multimedia — films, animations, audio files, simulations, photographs and illustrations. The extent and depth of the resources make mCurriculum the biggest and most comprehensive e-curriculum for upper primary to upper secondary education, unrivaled in the educational market.
What makes mCurriculum perfect for your publishing needs?
Thanks to the clear and flexible content structure, all the resources in mCurriculum can be easily localized and adapted to fit your particular needs — a specific core curriculum, culture or language. What’s even better, Learnetic can do it for you. Up to this day, we have successfully implemented mCurriculum on over 30 markets worldwide, assuring quality Math & Science education to millions of students.
Fruitful education — any place, any time
All of our interactive content works smoothly online and offline, thanks to the dedicated mLibro mobile app. The employment of HTML5 technology assures stability and frictionless usage on every device — from interactive classroom whiteboards to smartphones. Thanks to the synchronization of results and Big Data analysis the effort of your students will always be recognized.
How do I get mCurriculum?
Great news! We can offer you smart licensing options for mCurriculum with guaranteed annual minima. To learn more, contact us via the form below and tell us about your current publishing needs. You can also visit mCurriculum website (click) to read more and explore the free Math & Science demo lessons.