AT&T offers exclusive 5G content for the Boddle Math app

Why is 5G important? By gamifying this experience with AT&T 5G, we are laying the foundation for a rich and immersive education. We find new ways for the class to meet the student where they are, rather than the other way around. That’s why AT&T 5G and startups like Boddle, a 2019 AT&T Accelerator* alumnus and Pitches with Purpose winner, are taking a crucial step to help break down barriers for students eager to learn.

AT&T 5G takes innovative learning methods and makes them mobile, paving the way for the future of on-the-go learning. As in Pet Battles, the high capacity of AT&T 5G can help support the load of multiplayer activity and AI analysis to keep students engaged in fun and meaningful ways. With AR functionality, AT&T 5G can also help support the big data that comes with space computing.

Why now? Learning is very different these days. Over the years, tablets have replaced textbooks, parents have become teachers, and home screens can replace classrooms. With the rise of distance learning, it is even easier for a student to fall behind. This gap could increase during the summer holidays, making it harder for children to catch up once school returns.

Boddle aims to bridge this learning gap and keep kids engaged using personalized gameplay. It leaves the frustration at the door and keeps them going at their own pace. Plus, it tracks their progress, which is beneficial for the adults in their lives. This adaptive learning platform helps parents and teachers identify areas of practice and development opportunities so they can prepare their student for success.

What are people saying? “We’ve helped children, parents and teachers develop engaging math through learning at home and at school, and we’ve seen firsthand how play-based learning helps children unleash their confidence to learn.Our team at Boddle is excited to continue to expand learning opportunities for children of all demographics through this AT&T 5G collaboration that will open up possibilities for where and how children learn and truly bring life to life. mathematics through augmented reality,” said Clarence Tan, co-founder of Learning Boddle.

“Playful learning ushers in the next generation of education, and keeping kids connected will be key. Boddle’s personalized learning platform brings an immediate benefit to today’s students, making learning more interactive. , engaging, accessible and fun. We’re proud to help them unlock the connected learning of tomorrow that will reshape education as we know it,” said Glenn Couper, assistant vice president, 5G Product & Innovation, AT&T.

“We use Boddle every day in our class. My students love it! They even invited our assistant manager to show off their skills. I assign the (standard) skill that we currently cover in class, and the students get so excited when they are able to answer it. I also used the data to share learning gaps in my classroom with the administration. Liz Capizzano, Grade 3 educator, Lansing, Illinois

What’s the big picture? Our collaboration with Boddle is another step in our commitment to advancing education for students no matter where they learn – at home, in the community and in the classroom. Boddle will also contribute video lessons and activities to The Achievery created by AT&T, our new free digital learning platform designed to make remote learning more entertaining, engaging and inspiring for students. It’s part of the AT&T Connected Learning initiative and our efforts to promote digital inclusion, literacy, and learning solutions that help today’s learners succeed.

Our mission is to be America’s best connectivity provider, whether you’re at home or on the go. We do it with the most reliable 5G network3 and America’s fastest growing fiber internet, so you get a seamless experience from one source – AT&T.

Lance B. Holton