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  • SplashLearn is rated higher in 1 area: Likelihood to Recommend

Likelihood to Recommend

9.1

Classtime

91%
1 Rating
9.9

SplashLearn

99%
3 Ratings

Likelihood to Recommend

Classtime

Suitable:
  • Distance learning for formative assessment
  • In-class quizzes
  • Tickets out the door to check on the day's understanding
  • Homework
  • Grade-level common assessments
  • High-stakes test prep
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SplashLearn

Following the pandemic students are made to sit in their computers all day absorbing learning, we as educators have little time to assess what they have learned, and students are often overloaded with information. The SplashLearn is like the moment in class when everyone zooms out of their auto-mode and gets active in class to compete. The students love playing, learning, and checking their skills along the way.
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Pros

Classtime

  • It has three different types of engagement activities for students as they are answering questions.
  • It gives immediate data that can be acted upon.
  • It is easy to find materials to use in their library with their search engine.
  • It is very easy to include multimedia material like images, gifs, videos, and audio files.
  • The test-making interface is extremely easy to use.
  • It is easy to print out data that can be used to analyze with a grade-level team or with parents.
  • It has a Google, Microsoft, and Clever interface, making it easy for students to access.
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SplashLearn

  • SplashLearn makes the learning process easy and simple to follow in a linear fashion.
  • SplashLearn makes math more interesting than typical textbooks.
  • SplashLearn does a good job at gamifying the learning process.
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Cons

Classtime

No answers on this topic

SplashLearn

  • A few additional learning materials could be provided along the games
  • The gaming kept simpler, because sometimes it gets complicated.
  • There sometimes are glitch in showing the grades for students.
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Pricing Details

Classtime

Starting Price

$0

Editions & Modules

Classtime editions and modules pricing
EditionModules
Basic01
Premium602
Institution License1203

Footnotes

  1. per educator
  2. per educator (yearly)
  3. per educator (yearly)

Offerings

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services

Entry-level set up fee?

No setup fee

Additional Details

SplashLearn

Starting Price

$2.75 per month per user

Editions & Modules

SplashLearn editions and modules pricing
EditionModules
Math + Reading - 1 child7.491
Math + Reading - up to 3 children4.142
Math - 1 child4.993
Math - up to 3 children2.754
Reading - 1 child4.995
Reading - up to 3 children2.756

Footnotes

  1. per month per user
  2. per month per user
  3. per month per user
  4. per month per user
  5. per month per user
  6. per month per user

Offerings

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services

Entry-level set up fee?

No setup fee

Additional Details

Alternatives Considered

Classtime

I have used Edpuzzle, Quizizz, Kahoot, Khan Academy, and Edcite. I use all of them at varying times, depending on my needs. I use Classtime more than any of them because of its versatility of question types and its engagement tools. I also appreciate the ease of making and giving out tests.
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SplashLearn

The free usage of SplashLearn, coupled with the extensive coverage of math topics from kindergarten to grade 5 puts it ahead of competitors.
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Return on Investment

Classtime

  • It has helped us during in-classroom demonstration lessons.
  • It has helped us with our training on strategic thinking in math.
  • It has given us an outlet to share our test creation skills, which we can model to districts.
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SplashLearn

  • I think SplashLearn has increased the speed at which my children learn mathematics, and thereby has been a positive ROI.
  • I think SplashLearn has improved my kids' desire to learn mathematics and as such has had a positive ROI.
  • I think SplashLearn has been a negative ROI at times because it shifts attention from learning the core aspects of mathematics to playing games. My kids love to play games, but sometimes it doesn't work to play them all the time in order to learn the material.
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