Kids can become great at math when the curriculum is tailored to their individual learning style. Our adaptive learning engine, AL™, does just that.
A good game motivates kids to engage in essential forms of practice. Enter the Gummiiverse™.
Performance improvement shouldn’t be a mystery. Gummii’s Progress-a-tron™ gives parents real time insight into their child’s development areas.
Gummii is an innovative, game-based math learning system that builds kids’ motivation and adapts to their individual learning needs.
It combines research-proven learning techniques with best-in-class game design.
Gummii was founded by an exasperated parent, a renowned math educator, and a leading mobile game developer.
Gummii came about out of parental frustration.
When Stephen's daughter struggled in math, he and his wife struggled to find her help.
A friend suggested a local learning center that used a back-to-basics worksheet-based program.
So they gave it a shot…
… and immediately regretted it.
Gummii is deceptively simple.
It looks like a game. But it’s a math tutor.
We can’t help kids learn anything if they aren’t in the room.
So Job #1 is getting kids engaged with a fantastic game experience.
Only then do we introduce math as an activity they can choose to do if they want.*
(*To really rack up the points, that is.)
Gummii 1.0 for iPad is now available for download in the App Store.
Innovation doesn’t happen in a vacuum.
- Rogier van der Heide.
The best inventions have their roots in great thinking.
At Gummii we’ve been inspired and informed by some truly amazing thought leaders—some of whom we’re proud to call friends.
A few have been kind enough to share their ground-breaking work in these very readable books.
Jane McGonigal, Reality is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World (2011)
John Mighton, The Myth of Ability: Nurturing Mathematical Talent In Every Child (2004) and The End of Ignorance: Multiplying Our Human Potential (2007)
This is our favourite educational charity.
John Mighton is a genius.
He and his team are revolutionizing how math is taught in and out of the classroom.
We love this blog.
Research-supported insights into games and learning.
A fantastic piece by JUMP's founder.
New Techniques Make Math Fun for All