Face 2 Face Interactive learning strives for enjoyable learning through the Mi-Box. It will ensure that your primary school learners are secondary ready, not only in their grasp of mathematical skills, but also in their ability to collaborate with others to improve their progress.
Professional & Outstanding ideas of our passionate team makes us unique in every sense.
My name is Chris Withers, I have a degree in sports, and a PGCE in Mathematics. I have 10+ years of experience working in main stream secoundary school, with a prominent background in special educational needs. I aim to combine Maths and sports together to engage students by making learning fun!
My name is Georg Engebakken I am a Technical artist and a Creative director of two production companies. I work as a developer on a range of titles and platforms, both commercial and educational. I inspire to use digital media for greater good. With a focus on social awareness in games and media with the intended goal of raising awareness of social issues, and generate funds for charity.
I have been and will continue to be a F2F partner troughout the development of Mi-box, and future projects.
Images of Our Current Prototype
The Mi-Box Maths sports challenge is an engaging board game for up to 4 individual learners, it involves each learner picking a figure to travel around the sports track following correctly answering a number of maths questions.
Learners will use the learning strategy tiles to determine the type of question they will be given to answer, they then use the learning board to work out the answer to the question given. If learners answer correctly they then get to move their figure around the track. The game has a high focus on learner interaction where every element is ‘hands on’. This will engage the learner in a fun and interactive way. This can be teacher led although students can compete against each other by writing their own questions.
Mi-Box can benefit a variety of students and is particularly beneficial to those who are disengaged in a classroom setting and those who may have behavioural / social and emotional needs. The versatile design of the box means that it can be used for various different activities that hook and engage the learner.
For Gifted and Talented students, the Mi-Box can be utilised to facilitate independent learning; further maximising the potential of the product.
David Sousa “how the brain learns 3rd edition”
Daniel Goleman “Working with emotional Intelligence”
In the period we have worked together I have had the opportunity to see Chris use the Mii-box product in a class room setting and it seems like a very good way to engage the students in mathematics.