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The end of 2014: 6 Cities in 5 Weeks…

We spent much of the past few months touring the country (and even hopping over to Europe) to find out what educators and entrepreneurs are doing to improve teaching and learning. Here are some of our highlights from 6 cities:

1) Auburn, ME


One of our favorite conferences is the Leveraging Learning Institute hosted by the Auburn School Department. It’s an intimate conference dedicated to sharing best practices for integrating iPad at the elementary level. This year’s theme was using the iPad as a tool for creation. We loved hearing teachers brainstorm how to use Teachley’s math apps in combination with creative apps like Explain Everything, ShowMe, or LoiLoNote School to extend the learning experience and assess for understanding. Stay tuned for more ideas on AppSmashing with Teachley…

2) Boston, MA


We traveled to Boston to be part of the Edtech Teacher iPad summit.  It was so inspiring to see and hear about how educators are meaningfully incorporating technology into their classrooms.  There was a big focus on app smashing (term coined by Greg Kulowiec) this year. Check out this post for some great app smashing ideas with Addimals.

3) London, England


We were flown to London for a very quick 2 day trip by the Breteau Foundation. We were finalists for their Innovation Prize and were able to share the success of Teachley Analytics with thought leaders and fellow edtech entrepreneurs. While we were only there a short time, we were able to meet some amazing companies, like Tutorfair, Ulu Lab, KeyWordsEnglish, among many others. And, we even had time to do some shopping and sample some amazing tea and pastries!

4) Indianapolis, IN


NCTM’s first regional conference this year was in Indianapolis, Indiana. We presented about great math apps for encouraging strategies. Check out the webmix we created for the event. It was great to hear about how teachers are using Addimals and Mt. Multiplis in their classrooms.

5) Richmond, VA

In Richmond, we met more great NCTM teachers. We spent time presenting about great math apps, but we also had time to go to some great sessions, too. For those who haven’t checked out Dan Meyer’s 3 Act problems, they are inspiring. In a nutshell, he advocates taking the numbers out of our word problems and using a compelling visual to state the problem. Then kids get to identify what #s they need to solve the problem. I kept imaging how you could adopt that same thinking for the younger grades. Ideas?

6) Houston, TX


The final NCTM regional was in Houston, TX this year. I went to a great session hosted by Zeno Math, a non-profit helping bring more fun and engaging math activities to schools and families. Check out their blog this month for the Twelve Days of Math Ways, featuring 12 different engaging math activities.

Teachley Analytics Launches for Fall 2014


One account for 

all our games
Launching with Addimals in September and soon after for Mt. Multiplis and Subtraction


Not 1:1? No problem!

Works with all iPad programs


Actionable Insight
Gives teachers lesson ideas for whole class and small group or individual intervention

 Deep Learning with Common Core
Teaches and tracks performance on the math strategies emphasized by the Common Core

Individual & Classroom Reports
Identify classroom trends as well as individual student progress

Available now!


Logging into your Premium Teachley Account

Your school has subscribed to Teachley Analytics.

What does this mean for you?

-Your account will sync with all of Teachley’s apps to personalize learning for your students.-Unlimited access to your dashboard where you can edit your class, add student photos, and access data reporting and intervention support.

-In-depth data reporting allows you to easily monitor students’ gameplay, track Common Core proficiency, and view which skills your students have mastered and are struggling with.

-Intervention support helps you plan lessons and tailor instruction.

Watch a short video to learn how to get started with your classroom iPad program.
Each child has his/her own iPad

Children share a set of iPad devices within your classroom

You share a set of iPad devices with other classrooms

Happy playing!

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How to create a Teachley account

In this video, we’ll show you how to:

  • Create your Teachley account
  • Update your Addimal Adventure app to the latest version, 2.3
  • Login to your classroom devices

White House Meeting on Educational Gaming


I just got back from an incredible trip to DC, full of meetings with brilliant academics, committed ed tech entrepreneurs, and awesome educational game designers. The highlight of the trip was a working group at the White House focused on bringing more national attention to the potential for games to transform STEM teaching and learning.

The working group was inspired by the Clinton Global Initiative and Russell Shilling’s blog post, Play to Learn: Solving a Billion STEM Problems Through Educational Gaming. Solving 1,000,000,000 problems is an inspiring goal, but there will be a ton of planning to make it happen. So glad that we had a seat at the table along with a lot of other smart folks. In the Lean In spirit, the table included some inspiring women whose work you should check out, including Michelle Riconscente (GlassLab), Victoria Van Voorhis (Second Avenue Learning), and Lisa Blackwell (Mindset Works).

The night before I presented at the Ed Games Expo at 1776 in DC, co-sponsored the ESA. There were a ton of great educational games represented, but some of my favorites were: Mission US, Filament Games, PlatinuMath, and Numbershire. Make sure to check them out, too!

And please help bring more attention to games in education by voting for our SXSWedu panel ideas on game design and using data from kids’ gameplay. If you don’t have a SXSW voting account yet, create one here. Today is the last day for voting, so click these buttons now!!!


More Than a Score – Actionable Insight From Games

Tag vs Simon Says – Lessons for Educational Design

Teachley Account FAQ

Teachley Analytics launched in early September! Use the latest version of Addimals to personalize learning for your students. To learn more, read our FAQs below:

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Teachley Analytics?
Teachley Analytics is a tool for schools and teachers to gain valuable information about how students are performing when playing our apps. Teachers can create a free account to personalize Teachley’s apps and support all children’s learning.  Schools can upgrade to premium accounts and access advanced reporting features to help teachers monitor student progress and target interventions. Importantly, Teachley Analytics works with ALL school iPad programs, including 1:1, centers, and shared iPad carts.

How do I create an account?

Create your free account here

I already have an Addimals account, can’t I just update my class list from last year?

Your old Addimals account will continue to work with app versions 2.0, 2.1, and 2.2. If you want to change or create a new class list, you’ll need to make sure you’ve updated Addimals and are using version 2.3 or 2.4. 

How much does it cost?

Teachers can sign up for a FREE basic account. With the basic account, our apps will personalize to each student in your class. A premium account allows teachers and schools to receive advanced reporting, including progress monitoring and intervention support. Click here to request a quote. 

Does my school need an iPad for every student?

No. Teachley Analytics works with ALL iPad programs, including 1:1 classrooms, centers, and shared iPad carts. Children can continue playing right where they left off on any device associated with your account.

Will I need to create a different account for Mt. Multiplis and future apps?

No. Your new Teachley account will work with all of our apps. Teachley Analytics currently syncs with Addimals and will include Mt. Multiplis soon. Create an account and we’ll send you an email when app updates are available. 

Will I see reports on how my students are doing?

Schools can upgrade to premium accounts to access advanced reporting, including progress monitoring and intervention support. Click here to request a demo.

Can my school try out the advanced reporting features?

Contact us to set up a free trial. 

Still have questions?

Call us at 1-800-651-2904 or email us at and we’ll get back to you soon!

ISTE 2014 Recap: Our Top 5


ISTE 2014 in Atlanta was a bit of a whirlwind, and with the holiday weekend, I’m just now having time to gather my thoughts. Here’s a quick recap of some of my favorite moments…

1. EdTechWomen Leadership Dinner – ISTE Board Member Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach started the evening off by encouraging all of us to embrace our inner girl in becoming stronger leaders, which sparked a rich discussion at my table about how our girlish tendencies to ask questions, be unsure, and get very excited might really help our teams. But we wondered if those same qualities make it more difficult to be respected in external situations such as raising investment. Matt Wallaert, co-founder of, then took the mic to talk about a different kind of raise, and the importance of using data and logic when asking for an increase in pay. Our table pointed out that in teaching, many are locked into a salary schedule, but these women still need help in advocating for stipends or increased prep time when taking on more responsibility.


2. Connecting with our Super Teachers - It was so amazing to connect with some of our biggest Addimals fans. Several of our super teachers were at ISTE presenting on how they use technology in their own classrooms, and it was great to meet them face to face. Here’s Mauri Dufour, an Apple Distinguished Educator and one of our biggest fans in Maine wearing her Teachley T-shirt! Check out her blog Leading With Technology for great tech integration tips. Also incredible was meeting all the Addimals and Mt. Multiplis users I didn’t know. As we were passing out postcards to passersby, I kept getting positive shout-outs from teachers walking by who had loved using our games in the classroom this past year.

3. Butterfly in the Sky – Common Sense Media invited LeVar Burton to share his story and talk about the Kickstarter campaign to relaunch Reading Rainbow in the digital age. It was incredible to hear how passionate he is about education and meeting kids where they are. Back when I was a kid, that meant television, now it’s mobile devices. All he has to say is “But don’t take my word for it,” and I’m transported back in time.

4. Letting Loose with Karaoke – Sometimes it seems like there’s a divide between the folks who make educational technology and those who use it day to day in the classroom. It’s hard to find events that successfully bridge that divide, truly bringing together teachers and tech companies. ISTE tries to bridge that divide, but there ends up being a big split between the sessions and the expo hall. At the EdTechWomen dinner, I was sitting next to a teacher who lamented that there weren’t a lot of teachers involved, mostly women from industry. ISTE Karaoke was almost the opposite ratio, mostly educators with a few of us tech company folks sprinkled in. But I didn’t mind, that’s my kind of crowd – no one parties like teachers and librarians! Reminded me of my regular happy hour when I taught in San Francisco that we’d dubbed, “Teachers Gone Wild.”

I wasn’t sure how they were going to pull off a Karaoke event where all 16,000 ISTE attendees were invited, but they did a great job. Two stages helped split up the crowd, and the live band backing up the main stage was fantastic. Pre-selecting the performers based on video entries guaranteed a higher quality show. And let’s face it, Karaoke is about the unexpected, and no one expects a librarian-type to sing the blues or a Minecraft gamer to belt out a pop anthem. Techy-teachers make for some great Karaoke singers!

5. Device Accessibility – My personal goal this year at ISTE was to learn more about how we could make our games more accessible to a wider range of abilities. How can we make Addimals work better for a child who has trouble seeing or how can Mt. Multiplis work for a child who has limited mobility? I went to several sessions and events targeting UDL and inclusive ed, but my favorite was an overview of the accessibility features of iOS devices by Jennifer Courduff of Azusa Pacific University. She gave some great tips for playing around with these features (most important, don’t turn on VoiceOver unless you’ve enabled the “Accessiblity Shortcut” to turn it off/on with 3 clicks of the home button – otherwise you’ll need to plug in your iPad to turn it off). I’ve attached some of the links from Dr. Courduff’s presentation, but here is one of my favorite videos from the session.


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Addimals Turns 1 – A Whirlwind Year in Review


One year ago, we launched our first app, Addimal Adventure, at the annual ISTE conference.  To celebrate, we are giving away Teachley t-shirts to 3 of our Twitter followers.  Simply follow us on Twitter and re-tweet our announcement to enter.

What a whirlwind year it has been!  So many exciting events. Here are a couple lessons we’ve learned throughout the year:

Teachers need easy access to great tools

After an exciting launch at ISTE including interviews on local TV followed by the NBC Innovation Challenge, emails started pouring in from teachers who were excited about Addimals’ focus on teaching strategies, but their schools didn’t have a budget for apps. This was particularly heart-breaking for us because we know firsthand how tight classroom budgets leave teachers purchasing resources from their own wallets. Yet in order to become a sustainable company and continue to build great tech for schools, we need a source of revenue. Luckily, our apps are only the first step towards our vision of using game-based learning analytics to help teachers track performance, target intervention, and differentiate instruction. Why not charge schools and districts for the data and make the apps free? Going free meant that tens of thousands of K-2 students were able to learn from Addimals this past school year.

Not all schools are 1:1

We began to hear from our teachers that Addimals worked great for an individual student, but they wanted the app to be personalized for each student. Most of our students were sharing the iPad, taking turns with a small class set or sharing a cart with other classes. If one student was doing really well in the app and then another struggling student took a turn, the game would be too hard. So we got to work designing Addimals 2.0, which includes individual student logins, so students can pick up any iPad and continue playing just where they left off.

Pilot first, dashboard second

With all these students using Addimals, we now had a ton of gameplay data. OK, time to carve out a bunch of development time to build a dashboard, right? Wrong. Our developers were swamped, and there wouldn’t be time to build our platform until summer. But teachers were using the app now, and we knew their feedback would be invaluable. Taking a lesson from the Lean Startup movement, we decided to start small. We took the gameplay data and hand cranked reports for teachers, starting with a few classrooms, growing to over 80 teachers in just a few months. Every two weeks, we generated different reports, getting great feedback from teachers about the types of data they found most helpful. Now we have all of that feedback to guide our development, so we are confident that our Learning Analytics Platform will actually help teachers because we designed it with their help.

This week, we’re headed back to ISTE with our latest multiplication app, Mt. Multiplis, available free for iPad and our Learning Analytics Platform launching for schools in September. Keep an eye out for us in Atlanta to learn more about our apps or share your feedback. Don’t forget to grab some chocolate! Check out our ISTE bucket list to find out what events we’ll be attending. We’d love to chat with you!