The creators of Matific, the creators of the interactive math teaching platforms, Slate Science announced that it raised $12 million in Series A funding. The round was led by “existing angel investors” according to CEO Guy Vardi, as well as existing investors. Matific is a platform that provides fun games for children K-6 to help them learn mathematics. Matific is free for use at home and in the classroom, and it is available on browsers as well as on Android and iOS systems. According to company data, approximately 15,000 teachers use the platform, and about 10,000 children in the US. According to CEO, the company plans to use the funds to expand internationally. Slate Science was founded by Shmulik London, Shimon Shocken, Raz Kupferman, Guy Vardi and Leon Kamenev.
Matific takes a unique approach to teaching K to 6 math using hands-on and interactive mini-games, called episodes. These immersive bite-sized apps for tablets and personal computers are based on a modular and progressive spiral learning system.
Our extensive portfolio of hundreds of activities and worksheets are entirely curriculum-driven. The richly indexed activities and worksheets were developed to easily facilitate mapping onto popular textbooks and standard math curricula.
Matific is a fantastic tool for teaching math intuitively and introducing children to scientific thinking.Prof. Aaron Ciechanover, Nobel Prize Winner
Progressing from fundamental math objectives to increasingly challenging activities, the Matific learning system encourages children to internalize mathematical insights and rules. A process of guided self discovery deepens student cognitive understanding, as well as a sense of personal achievement.
At Matific we understand the importance of transparent tracking and analytics capabilities. The system features an intuitive reporting system that monitors progress and provides real-time and periodical status reports at both the class and student level.