We are so excited to announce that Boddle has new arcade games!
Throughout 18 interviews with teachers and a comprehensive survey, Boddle Learning was consistently shown to provide value to the teachers and students using it.
Two things that have stood out to her, both throughout her career and this past year, are consistency and organization within the classroom. She has implemented systems that her class follows each day, thereby enabling students to operate comfortably in class.
Natalie Yancey (Second Grade Teacher) reflects on how the past year has highlighted important and necessary aspects of classroom teaching as well as shares her learnings and fresh strategies to encourage stronger educational foundations and better student/teacher relationships.
If you are a teacher in Texas or in Florida, Boddle can help! Through Boddle, you can increase student comprehension, reinforce your lessons, and meet your state requirements all while engaging your students’ creative and playful sides!
We believe that when students are engaged with content and are able to have fun while learning, they will be able and willing to learn and retain more.
Mason Nichols shares how using Boddle's live-feed data feature helps him see exactly which skills his students understand and which his students need extra practice on.
Steps on setting up email notifications for parents.
How Boddle works from a kid's perspective.
Connect your parent account to your child's Boddle account to fight summer learning loss together.
We have come up with a few ideas of how to get your students involved in Earth Day!
Google has selected Boddle Learning to join their second cohort of Google for Startups Founders Academy program.
Learn how Sean uses Boddle to take on the challenge of hybrid learning.
Boddle launches their math education platform for the iOS.
Boddle Learning joins the third cohort of USC Rossier EdVentures!
Nicole Bagdanov explains how Boddle can personalize the learning experience.
Liz Quinones discusses the positive affect Boddle has had on her children.
The learning gap of students has widened over the past year, and it is Boddle's objective to help teachers and parents get the students engaged in learning.
Boddle now has instructional videos in-game for Grades 1-6!
We’ve opened up Boddle for parents at home who are now adding the role of "homeschool teacher" to their title.
Tips and Tools to help you curb summer learning loss and give your kids a fun way to learn math
Some questions for your students to get them talking and engaging in your remote classroom
We’ve added some great features for educators to help with distance learning. New Reports Page, Curriculum Page, and more!
We’ve added a couple new features that make getting started more convenient for teachers and students, as well as on-demand instruction to make #remotelearning easier during this season.
Here are easy steps to give your computer internet access from your phone
Boddle is ensuring that kids get what they need at home.
Our team at Boddle is doing everything we can to support remote learning
Boddle Learning to join the inaugural class of the OHUB.KC Minority Accelerator.
Edna and Clarence discuss the need for an education overhaul.
Boddle helps KC Urban C's mission in bridging the generational gap between senior citizens and kids through tutoring.
Boddle Learning wins the audience’s hearts and votes.
A Kansas City-based ed tech startup is sailing past the pilot phase and will launch its educational math video game nationwide Tuesday.
Boddle Learning is part of the 8 inspiring organizations that AT&T selected as members of the 2019 Aspire Accelerator class to participate in the $1 Million AT&T Skills Building Challenge.
Boddle Learning is excited to officially launch on September 24th, 2019!
We've compiled a list of awesome deals from companies that are celebrating #TeacherAppreciationWeek this year!
Boddle co-founders Edna Martinson and Clarence Tan share how they’re gamifying learning for students.
Boddle Learning wins $50,000 grant to continue their mission!
Meet Boddle Learning, a Kansas City based edtech company, that has developed a game-based learning platform that delivers e-learning materials to K-8 students.