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LearnPanda Math – A Quick Walkthrough

LearnPanda’s gamified math ecosystem seeks to engage K-6 students in learning math via a collection of space-themed math games. LearnPanda Math is aligned with your school’s curriculum with over 180 subtopics and compliant with CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE & IB boards.

Logging into the Web Dashboard

Click on the Login button to access your LearnPanda Math web dashboard from www.zapzapmath.com website.

You’re prompted to log in to the web dashboard or sign up for the web dashboard available through the Zapzapmath site.

How to use LearnPanda Math Web Dashboard?

Once you have logged in to the web dashboard, 

You can find the following information on each classroom created by you:

  1. Classroom Name
  2. Class Code
  3. Number of Students inside the classroom

Select a class and click on the “View Class” button to access the Web Dashboard and you will be first brought to the report screen.

Assigning Games – The Playlist Feature

The ‘Playlist Feature’ is present on the Assign Games tab on the left navigation bar.

This feature allows you to create and allot assignments in the form of a set of games to your students within a class.

These sets of games are organized based on the syllabus which you have chosen. Wherein, the number of games a student can play is up to you.

Create Playlist Function

Here are the steps to create your first playlist:

Step 1: 

  • Choose a syllabus from the variety of syllabi available 
  • Select the student grade
  • Select a topic that matches the syllabus and grade chosen before

Step 2:

  • Select the number of games to add to the playlist

Click on the ‘i’ button on the top right corner to view the game instruction pdf.

Step 3:

Once you have selected the games, set the due date for the playlist.

  • Select the due date and time.
  • Click on “create playlist” 
  • A pop up will prompt you to confirm the due date and time. Click on ‘Ok’ to successfully create the playlist

Ongoing playlist(s)

Once a playlist has been made, you may check the status on the “Ongoing Playlist” tab.

Click on the check box to the left of the playlist name to cancel the selected playlist.

Once a playlist has been cancelled the playlist will then move to the ‘Finished Playlist’ tab.

Click on the playlist name and you will enter the playlist details tab. The playlist tab provides a playlist summary on the top and then the progress of each student to whom this playlist was assigned, including how many of them have completed the assigned tasks.

  • Playlist Summary

It provides you with a rough summary of the playlist you are currently looking at including name, syllabus, topic(s), number of students completed, status and relevant dates.

You can also check each individual game’s details on the ‘Playlist Details’ page by clicking on game names.

  • Student Status

This section displays an overview of games played by each student in the form of a green tick and games that students have not finished will be left blank.

Finished Playlist

Once the playlist has been completed, expired or cancelled, it will automatically move over to the ‘Finished Playlist’ tab

You can also check the details of the playlist by clicking on a playlist name.

Checking on your classrooms’ status

It has 3 tabs – Class Report, Student Report and Weekly Review.  

Class Report

Class Report allows you to – 

  • Find information about the overall math topics mastered by your students over the past week
  • Their activity over the week in terms of which days they are answering questions and finishing games
  • Also, each student’s name, the games they have played, score and the number of questions they have answered will be displayed

You can also change the current week date to the week before (as many times possible) to see students’ progress from previous weeks or right from the start of the academic year

Student Report

The tab next to “Class Report” would be “Student Report”

In this tab, click the drop down and select the student. The class report section gives detailed performance and progress reports of each student across the selected week. 

Weekly Review

The weekly review provides you with a multi-step review process to check on your student’s progress in math topics within the app.

  1. Overall Class Review

View which students have played a particular game and what were their scores for that game.

  1. Individual Student Review

Click on “More Details” for a student to check all the games.

It will navigate you to a different tab that displays all games and each question the student has answered for each finished game within the selected week.  

Click on the student’s name and it will show the question and the student’s answer to the question.

What is it like through the eyes of your students –

  • Click on your name (top right corner of the screen). Once clicked, a drop-down will appear for you to select from 3 functions.
  • Clicking on Play Zapzapmath – leads you to enter the world of gamified math ecosystem as a student
  • Click “Play Now”
  • Click “Start”

Key in the login information and click “Log In”

What’s in Store for the Kids?

Allow your students to choose from multiple avatar to represent them in the game.

Your students get to learn math in a fun, engaging and worksheet-free way!

Playlist Feature

  • Students are notified to complete the assigned topic playlist when they log in to the Zapzapmath School App.
  • Student can play games in a playlist until the playlist is completed. The playlist will disappear when it expires or is cancelled.

With the playlist feature, you can rest assured that your students are covering math topics and their progress being tracked as they play.

How to play?

Tutorials will play each time a student starts a game. If you wish to watch the tutorial again, click on the icon below the pause button.

Here is the formula to keep students engaged-

Children earn coins by playing games. The higher the level of difficulty, the more coins players earn at the end of the game.

Speed and accuracy bonuses apply to the coins as well; the faster players finish a level, and the more accurate they are, the more coins they will earn.

There is also a daily bonus that gives a huge boost in coins earned for the first game that students complete.

Made Curriculum Aligned Learning Fun – 

Games for Every Topic – 

Comprehensive math topics from Numbers & Operations, Additions to Fractions, Geometry, Angles, Algebraic Thinking & More

Improve math skills in 5 STEPS:

Help decode your students’ way through math lessons with extensive learning through games.

Students can move through the different levels at their own pace, and you can monitor their progress remotely and use that information to guide them accordingly.

Zapzapmath automatically scales the questions difficulty of a game and adapt challenges significantly based on the student progress.

With numerous higher-order thinking within the zapzapmath app, progress level moves from training and accuracy level to speed and mission.

It also ensures that students are kept engaged through creating, evaluating and analyzing math games and puzzles based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. 

More Features – 

Try Multiplayer

Let students pit again another players from around the world in a simple math zap-a-mole game and test their knowledge.

Click on More Features and select Your Spaceship – 

Every time your students play, they earn coins which can then be used to redeem decorations for their personal spaceship. The coins can also be used to personalize their character in multiplayer mode.

Kids can earn coins to unlock rooms and reward items.

  • Decorate Spaces
  • Customized Avatar

The unique hub feature allows children to shop inside the app. Customizable clothing, building and more for them to experience with more time and effort spent learning math topics.

Click on Table of Contents

The table of contents gives a brief overview for an extensive range of topics.

LearnPanda Math optimizes the learning curve for all the grades in accordance with your school’s curriculum and international math standards.

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