Make learning more fun with gamification/game elements like collecting trading cards, beating the time record and reaching higher levels. There is a range of different difficulty levels that are suitable for grades 1-6.
Teachers have full control of the students' progress. Hand out homework, give rewards and follow the students' work. The tool has, among other things, reports that help identifying areas which the students need to practice more.
MattePortal built on a modern platform that works on tablets, smartphones, and computers. Students can work on an iPad in school and continue on a computer when they come home.
70% of the students who use the service sign in after school hours and on weekends voluntarily. The students can solve assignments and get reward on their own, in addition to the homework handed out by the teacher.
There are school and class room licenses for teachers who would like to use MattePortal in their teaching.Read more about our licenses and prices.
Gamification and game elements are a key part of MattePortal in order to attract students to a more fun way of learning.
The math exercises are designed as courses and the students are rewarded with MattePortal's monster cards when they pass the assignments.
As teacher you have full control of your students' progression.
Through the administration interface, you can track which assignments the students have done recently. Create homework consisting of different exercises with a set deadline and then follow up on the results. Take out reports with competence profiles of the students' knowledge.
Thanks for a fantastic service. The students love the assignments, and the idea of monster cards, and are excited to solve as many assignments as possible.
The students love MattePortal. They would love to have homework over the break. Definitely worth trying!
I have worked on the site with my students and they all like MattePortal. They enjoy working at home too, which is fun. Then the desire for math is brought to life!
My students love the website. After school they want to continue working at home.