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.
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.
Google has selected Boddle Learning to join their second cohort of Google for Startups Founders Academy program.
Boddle launches their math education platform for the iOS.
Boddle Learning joins the third cohort of USC Rossier EdVentures!
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 is ensuring that kids get what they need at home.
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.