Class Compete – Cool Learning Games K-8 Math & English
Class Compete – Their team has spent over 15 years providing educational support services to K-12 schools nationwide. In this time, they engaged in after school tutoring and provided services to over 100,000 children in 20 different states. Through this process they know what a school looks like, how they operate and what they even smell like. It is their competitive advantage and asset to understand this effectively to help their educators, students and their parents.
In their experience, standardized testing has become more prevalent over the years, regardless of the educational system your school or state follows. It is a necessary component, however, one that causes anxiety. They all have experienced testing un-ease and perhaps not performed to the levels we expected when a test was given.
Their founder has suffered from test taking anxiety since 5’th grade and throughout his academic, personal and professional career. Class Compete was conceived on a trek to summit Mt. Kilimanjaro where there was an excessive amount of anxiety! During this process an idea surfaced: could you make a test fun instead?
This challenge around assessments caused us to re-imagine the entire test taking process and think about visual, tactile and auditory learners. The objective became how they could use the power of tests as a learning tool both in and outside the classroom by making it so engaging that students loved it.
Enjoy their learning games and know we have dedicated their lives to improving student scores and hope you will join them in their journey!
Learning Games to Improve Test Taking Skills & Grades
Nearly 40% of students today suffer from testing unease, which can negatively impact their scores more than a full letter grade. Class Compete helps students overcome these hurdles by practicing test questions, learning time, pressure and anxiety management skills, all through the use of learning games. The goal is to become better test takers and improve scores.
Practice Makes Perfect
How many times a week does your child practice their sport or hobby? Let them practice for tests and master concepts from the classroom.
Kids Love Games
Their cool learning video games are built with the same game engine used by your kid’s favorite apps, like Temple Run and Bad Piggies.
T’ve leveraged game-based learning theory and science to help pilot study students realize DOUBLE DIGIT improvement in scores.