Splash Math Revamps Free Online Interactive Platform for Teachers
Splash Math has announced the launch of Classroom Select, a free platform for teachers to keep track of student progress on game-based learning modules.
Classroom Select provides access to the full Splash Math content library with over 400 curriculum-aligned math skills and detailed reports to track student progress. Splash Math is designed for kindergarten to fifth grade learners.
The platform is designed to help teachers create "lesson plans that help students succeed with limited resources."
"With the traditional pen-on-paper method or even an online worksheet style, kids would work individually, feeling tested, almost judged, while on it," said Joan Biese, a second-grade teacher from Rock Ledge Primary Center in Wisconsin. "With Splash Math, all that changed, instantly. That now there is excitement, sharing, fun, openness in their attitude towards math, and of course, confidence, is just such a big thing for me as a teacher."
Teachers can register to use Classroom Select on Splash Math's website.
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