San Francisco, CA, 22 June 2022: SplashLearn, the game-based learning program used by millions of students, announced the winners of its massively popular annual competition – the SpringBoard Math Challenge. The 8th edition of the SpringBoard Math Challenge 2022 was rolled out for elementary classrooms across North America on March 1, 2022 (the competition ended on May 8, 2022). Over the duration of this 10-week math challenge, SpringBoard saw participation from over 400,000 students from 20,000+ classes!
Arpit Jain, CEO, SplashLearn, said “SpringBoard is over and I’m thrilled for all the winners. SplashLearn would like to congratulate each and every school, teacher, and student who participated in the competition. We are glad to be part of their journey as they collaborate and celebrate learning. The competition has motivated students to stay engaged and excited, which has always been our goal with everything we build at SplashLearn.”
SplashLearn announced Matthew Norris’ class from Sunset Park Elementary, North Carolina as the National Champions of SpringBoard Math Challenge 2022, US. The 1st runner-up was Lisa Machado’s class from Pacific Union School, California and the 2nd runner-up was Erin Noel’s class from Petersburg Elementary School, Illinois. Along with national winners, the top classes on the state leaderboards also won prizes. All the participating students will also receive a ‘Certificate of Participation’.
Matthew Norris, teacher of the winning class said, “My class and I are super thrilled because we have won the SplashLearn’s annual SpringBoard math competition beating 20,000 other classes. I am super excited! SplashLearn has given my students an opportunity to learn math in a positive and engaging way and since we had the competition for 10-weeks, they have shown so much growth in their review assessment. I am so proud of them and can’t wait to compete again next year.”
Joy Deep Nath, co-founder, SplashLearn, said“SpringBoard is designed for students to revise, review and practice key math concepts so they end the school year with math confidence, well prepared to graduate to the next grade. The secure, familiar and friendly setting to practice along with the peers encourages kids to do the best while having fun. The SpringBoard competition was needed more so this year as classrooms across the nation have been trying their best to recover from the pandemic loss.”
SplashLearn, creates engaging learning experiences built to transform children into fearless learners. Its PreK-5 game-based digital learning program is curriculum-aligned and has an adaptive algorithm that offers each child a personalized learning experience that is fun and immersive. It is currently used in 150+ countries and has benefited more than 40 million kids around the world.
SplashLearn also offers Tutoring. Tutoring are live online personalized classes in small groups with America’s best tutors, that focus on deep conceptual development through a participatory and collaborative approach.
To supplement the social needs of children, SplashLearn has introduced a space called SplashArena in its program. This is a fun space where children can test all the skills they’ve mastered – from timed challenges to test fluency, and also invite their friends to a learning battle or try to beat their own high score.
SplashLearn is available across all digital platforms (iOS, Android and Web). For more information, visit www.splashlearn.com. Follow SplashLearn on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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