Make the content fun and make it accessible — those are two tenets of the educational technology revolution.

Tune in this week to hear Huzefa chat with Arpit Jain, CEO and co-founder of SplashLearn, a game-based learning program for children. Jain and his associates began developing online teaching tools in 2008, and a dozen years later SplashLearn is one of the web’s finest producers of quality educational content, including an array of outstanding math programs that keep kids engaged and coming back for more.

A primary intent behind SplashLearn, Jain said, is to help all children achieve higher learning outcomes. The site even features a section where any teacher, in the U.S. or abroad, can sign up for free classroom math sessions.

“The idea is to make the program accessible to every kid in the world,” Jain told Huzefa in this week’s podcast.

With COVID-19 putting the breaks on in-person organized education, school districts, parents and students are making huge adjustments to their educational routines. SplashLearn has seen its popularity increase exponentially during these lockdowns. Log-in math tutorial sessions have doubled on the site — from about 35 minutes per user, on average, to more than an hour — and new users are climbing onboard every day.

The content is geared for children from pre-kindergarten to fifth grade. The youngest kids begin with counting games, identifying shapes and learning measurements. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and even money-concept games follow in the proceeding grades. Grades four and five dive into multiplication, fractions, decimals, algebra and geometry. It’s an extensive math curriculum with games galore. 

SplashLearn is a fun, engaging program Huzefa has utilized in the past to help take his young students to the next level in their pursuits of mathematical mastery. He’s a believer, you can sense it in his voice. To learn more about the benefits of SplashLearn, bang on the podcast link below and enjoy an educational experience!