Jhana vs. SplashLearn

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Jhana
Score 7.0 out of 10
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Jhana is an online learning and employee performance platform, from FranklinCovey. It aims to help first-level managers hire, develop and retain qualified people through eTraining. Jhana believes that the best way for first-level managers to learn is through real-world based situations and information that’s actionable, realistic and relevant in today’s messy, fast-changing workplace. With over 1,000 practical articles, videos and toolkits, Jhana content aims to be comprehensive, simple,…N/A
SplashLearn
Score 10.0 out of 10
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SplashLearn is a teaching supplement that makes learning fun for K-5 students and teaching hassle-free for teachers by covering over 400 math skills aligned with the curriculum of your choice. Loved by over 33 million children and 440K teachers worldwide and with over 3 billion problems answered, SplashLearn uses its huge library of data points to continuously inform and enhance its adaptive algorithm. That is, every student's math experience on SplashLearn is personalized…
$2.75
per month per user
Pricing
JhanaSplashLearn
Editions & Modules
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Math - up to 3 children
$2.75
per month per user
Reading - up to 3 children
$2.75
per month per user
Math + Reading - up to 3 children
$4.14
per month per user
Math - 1 child
$4.99
per month per user
Reading - 1 child
$4.99
per month per user
Math + Reading - 1 child
$7.49
per month per user
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
JhanaSplashLearn
Free Trial
NoYes
Free/Freemium Version
NoYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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User Ratings
JhanaSplashLearn
Likelihood to Recommend
6.0
(1 ratings)
10.0
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User Testimonials
JhanaSplashLearn
Likelihood to Recommend
FranklinCovey
If you are growing quickly and need to give first time people managers a resource to learn the basics this is a good tool. If you have established leaders this is not a good tool for them. It covers the basics and ABCs of people management and does not go much further than that.
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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
FranklinCovey
  • There are weekly articles that are sent out
  • There is info on just about any HR topic there is
  • There are activities and exercises that can be done
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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
FranklinCovey
  • The articles are very surface level
  • It is hard to make it valuable in a specific situation. One size does not fit all.
  • The exercises don't seem totally flushed out
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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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Alternatives Considered
FranklinCovey
I have not used any other products like Jhana and I am not sure of what else would be out there. So it is hard to explain how Jhana has stacked up. I would image it stacks up well against anything else. My guess is that other tools feel a lot more corporate.
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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
FranklinCovey
  • It costs money for users that don't really use it
  • It quickly gives a resource to new managers
  • It is something for HR to use with new managers
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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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