The client has a network of schools for exceptional students ages 12 to 18 throughout Kazakhstan. Each school focuses primarily on a specific set of subjects, either physical sciences and mathematics or chemical and biological sciences, as well as foreign languages. Instruction is trilingual in Kazakh, Russian, and English, shifting exclusively to English by the senior year. The program was set up with the assistance of faculty members from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education
They were in consultation with a prestigious university to build a digital curriculum. This curriculum was to be developed as an educational resource and supplemental reference material for its students. They were seeking a partner that could help develop the digital learning objects (DLOs) for over 103 topics.
- Magic EdTech established a dynamic team of instructional designers to deliver detailed storyboards, including learning architects and curriculum experts.
- Leveraged Magic EdTech’s cutting edge HTML5 framework (mHAF) for rapid authoring of DLOs across mobile devices and desktops
- Automated build development from web version to app version
- Reused existing templates and extended them with bespoke logic for every LO
- Data population using xml to support localization
- Tin Can integration to talk to LRS at client end
- Rapid turn-around of large volume of DLOs
- DLO web and hybrid built created
- 3D arts and graphics used
- Tin can implementation and LRS integration done