Soon we will step into the next phase of development, and a big part of it will be analytics so that you can monitor your students' progress, incentivize students to complete all the math challenges, and help them where they need help the most.
Consider the following features:
• Student logins that will keep track of how many problems they did, what type of problem, and accuracy rate
• Badges to indicate skill or achievement level in specific subjects
• In-game suggestions for the student based on their deficiencies
• Leaderboards so students can know where they stand (and compete) vs. friends
• Simple online spreadsheet including all your students scores across the different math subjects
We need your help with this!
We know the importance of smoothly integrating our game, and if it's going to work, it better do a good job of matching the students' learning experiences to their curriculum and test scores.
1. Do you use similar analytics for other games in your classroom?
2. Do you think these are good ideas listed above?
3. Is there anything that stands out as a potential problem with these ideas, that you would like us to address?
4. Did we miss anything?
Feel free to email us directly [ email@example.com ] or respond to this blog if you have any input!
-- Charlie & the Imaginary Number Co. Team