MOKI is a wristband and desktop app that allows schools to measure and motivate the activity of their pupils.
Schools are under more pressure than ever before to show how they are tackling physical activity with their performance being rated by the UK government from 2019. But how can schools do this? How can they identify their least active pupils and monitor the activity of the school as a whole?
MOKI is a smart wristband and software application that measures in-school physical activity and provides user-friendly reports for schools and teachers. For pupils, MOKI can be used to create personalised challenges for individual children and/or classes or groups linked to positive rewards and achievements.
Developed in partnership with MOKI Technology Ltd. Made in Me worked closely with academics, educators, schools and kids to design and develop both the hardware and software from the ground up. An intuitive, robust and affordable solution was key so the team worked hard to ensure that MOKI works out of the box and can be used day to day by kids with minimal to no adult supervision.
MOKI is currently in private Beta and is due to be launched at the BETT education technology show in London in January 2019.