The ability to make sense of incomplete pictures is why algorithms will never replace teachers. Data can support, but it won’t supplant.
Discover digital self-grading resources for assessing, prepping, or reviewing middle school mathematics. From integers to exponents, from operations to expression.
Last-minute, paperless teaching and test prep resources that grade themselves. Aligned to standards for third, fourth, and fifth graders meet standards, you can use these materials to practice and teach, evaluate progress and/or pre-test.
Prior to Boom Learning, students were merely just going to through the motions of learning another language.
Meet Kristin Lee and her Boom Cards for science instruction. Light your students on fire (metaphorically of course).
Mathematics mini-apps created by teachers for parents and teachers. Practice skills from counting to calculus.
New this fall, Boom Learning enables teachers to make, share, and sell interactive teaching resources. You’ll find familiar authors you may know from Teachers Pay Teachers and Teacher’s Notebook who are responding to the pressure schools are placing on teachers to print and copy less and use devices more.