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Because history needs a little creativity sometimes...
What is it and why should I be using it?
If you have looked at the planning on this website, you will notice that Mozaik3D appears in nearly EVERY single topic. That's because that particular app is INCREDIBLE and brings history to life like no other tool does! Just take a look at the video on the right to see the kinds of 3D models that you can use within your own classroom...
Mozaik3D in action
But Mozaik3D is just one single part of an amazing program called mozaBook, which is Mozaik Education's Interactive Whiteboard presentation software. If you feel like the software you have at the minute hasn't changed in years, then take a look at this video for my demonstration of some of mozaBook's most amazing features...
An overview of mozaBook
The clip on the right tells you how to access Mozaik3D and how to use some of it's features, or read the walkthrough underneath.
Mozaik3D can be accessed on Android, iOS or Windows, so use the device that you want it to be loaded onto.
If using Android/iOS, go to the Play/App Store and search for 'Mozaik3D' and install for free. On desktop, go to:
www.mozaweb.com/mozaik3D and download the 3D viewer for free.
On Android/iOS, load the app. For desktop, click on the '3D' tab at the top of the page. You can now access 3D scenes that are marked as 'Free' by having an orange and white present symbol in the corner of them.
To access ANY of the 3D scenes, you need to create a free account using just an email address. This can be done by pressing the 'Login' button on either the app or the website and clicking on 'Create New Account'.
Once you have created an account, you can login on whichever device you are using it on and then you will be able to access ANY 5 scenes each week. Your allowance will reset each Sunday ready for the next week.
An overview of how to acccess Mozaik3D
A tiny handful of scenes from Mozaik3D
The clip on the right tells you how to access mozaBook and how to use some of it's features, or read the walkthrough underneath.
mozaBook for teachers only works on Windows so you will need to be using either a desktop or laptop that has Windows installed.
Go to the website www.mozaweb.com/mozabook and click on the green 'Download' button. Then click on the next green 'Download' button.
To download it, you need to create a free account using just an email address, so click on 'Login' and either login with your details or click on 'Create New Account'. Personally I would recommend installing with the 'Full-size Installer' (select underneath.)
Once you have downloaded it, you can install it. This may take a few minutes if you have chosen the Full-size Installer. If you have chosen the Minimum-size Installer then the rest of the program will download itself when you open mozaBook for the first time.
Open mozaBook and you will be met with a screen asking you to either login or to create a new account. As you had to create an account to download it, you already have one, so click on 'Add Existing Account'.
You will need your username and password which you can find from your account details on www.mozaweb.com (your username is usually a mix of your first and last name and some random letters at the end of it.)
You will then be asked to create a 'Local User'. mozaBook allows for multiple users to create profiles on a single computer so that they can load up their own resources and profiles regardless of which computer they log onto. Add your details again and setup should then be complete.
Downloading mozaBook like this will give you a 30-day free trial. After 30 days, you will still be able to access some of the features of mozaBook, but the majority of features will be disabled. You WILL NOT be automatically charged after 30 days as you have not entered any payment information.
Click on the 'Create New Exercise Book' button to start. You can then begin adding text and images to support your teaching like you would with any other Interactive Whiteboard software.