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Class Compete
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GRADES / Elementary (Grades K-4), Middle School (Grades 5-8)
PRICING PLANS / License
PLATFORMS / Android, Web Browser, iPad, Kindle

Improve student test-taking abilities using games

Overview

SUMMARY:

Class Compete aims to lower student’s test-taking anxiety by quizzing and prepping them through games. It’s available on any browser or through the native iPad, Android, and Kindle apps. Teachers and schools can purchase unlimited subjects on Class Compete for $5 per students per year, and single subjects are available for $10 per student per year for parents. As of January 7, 2015, over 1,000 students and teachers have used Class Compete in over 10 schools.

GOALS:

Class Compete aims to lower student’s test-taking anxiety by quizzing and prepping them through games. The product was designed to help the nearly 40% of students who suffer from test anxiety, which can impact their scores by up to 12%.

APPROACH:

Currently, students can use Class Compete to prep for math tests by completing interactive games with the aim of reducing student stress and increasing their confidence in the material. The assessments and the content covered in the games are aligned to the Common Core State Standards for math. Teachers and parents can access data on student performance, and results from the early tests of the product show that scores can improve by as much as 23%.

IMPLEMENTATION:

Students can study with Class Compete using any browser or through the native iPad, Android, and Kindle apps.

PRICING:

Teachers and schools can purchase unlimited subjects on Class Compete for $5 per students per year, and single subjects are available for $10 per student per year for parents.

WHO IS USING IT:

As of January 7, 2015, over 1,000 students and teachers have used Class Compete in over 10 schools.

EDUCATOR REVIEWS

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1st grade teacher Full starFull starFull starFull starFull star
School Type: Elementary School

An improvement I thought of would be to record student data of where they are consistently struggling. Another suggestion could be to create a different type of racing game (not where the characters are just running). For example, maybe have an option be a person running, a car race...

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EDUCATOR REVIEWS

1st grade teacher Full starFull starFull starFull starFull star
School Type: Elementary School

An improvement I thought of would be to record student data of where they are consistently struggling. Another suggestion could be to create a different type of racing game (not where the characters are just running). For example, maybe have an option be a person running, a car race...

Anna Full starFull starFull starFull starFull star
Speech and Language Pathologist. School Type: Elementary School, Middle School, High School, High ELL Population, Low Income Population

1. The program needs to be able to provide the student with automatic level progression. They are working on it! 2. It would be useful to have teacher access to change the speed of the program so students with processing deficits could have more time for completion 3. They could provide "extra" p...

PRODUCT ATTRIBUTES

Audience

For Parents For Parents
For Students For Students
For Teachers For Teachers

Characteristics

Assessment Assessment
Game-based Learning Game-based Learning
Gamification Gamification
Standardized Testing Standardized Testing
Study Tool Study Tool
Test Prep Test Prep

Subject Matter

Math Math