Kansas City-based 3D Math game raises $ 1.35 million led by Bodle Learning Atento Capital

Bodle Learning, a Kansas City-based math gaming platform that helps KK-12 teachers evaluate and differentiate their students’ education, teamed up with Antenna Capital’s फे 1.35 million Kansas City’s own Caseize Fund, as well as Lightship. Capitol, Cortado Ventures, Ferrell’s Black Ambition and others.

According to Edna Martinson, co-founder of the company, the latest round of investments will help Bodle connect more teachers, parents and students, accelerate the development of both gameplay and classroom features, and increase access, especially in low-service communities.

Launched in 2018 by Adtech entrepreneurs Clarence Tan and Edna Martinson, Bodal provides interactive math-based games for schools. The company has partnered with organizations such as AT&T Aspire and AWS. Bodle’s gamified education platform uses 3D games and adaptive learning technology to provide a personalized math experience for K-6 students. The games are designed as children play outside the classroom and allow students to customize their own characters, play bonus games, and win prizes.

In addition, the platform uses AI to evaluate students’ comprehension, adapting content to suit each student’s skill level.

As with any learning process, it is important to take it step-by-step. Bodle’s algorithm tracks student performance to identify which building-block skills need further strengthening before expanding to more advanced skills on the platform. This helps ensure that students master key core skills and learn at the right pace for students.

Speaking of raised capital, Edna Martinson, co-founder of Bodle Learning Said,

“As part of its growth and momentum, Bodle is expanding his team and bringing in Hughes Khan, a well-known Kansas City serial entrepreneur who has the passion and skills to build great teams for lead development, fuel growth and help. Take the company to the next level. . “

Bodle integrates with popular classroom tools like Google Classroom and Clever to facilitate online and roasting, and includes portals that provide valuable feedback to teachers – such as the Learning Gaps report that identifies skills that require additional learning. Support from Google comes at a critical time as Bodle seeks to integrate more with Google tools that help make learning easier.

Edward Freundt, VC Investor and General Partner, Caseize Fund That is to say,

“KCRise Fund is proud to support such ambitious and mission-driven founders in Edna and Clarence. We look forward to joining an effective investor syndicate and we believe there are innovations in early childhood education where venture investing can make a huge difference and lasting impact.”

Bodle Learning raised $ 350,000 in pre-seed from Atento Capital in July 2020.

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Author: Shalini Pathak

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