2020 was a year that tried us all in unbelievable ways. A year that took so much out of us, but taught us so much in return. Here are some of the highlights of what our team accomplished last year, with you, and for YOU!
Self-paced MAD-tutorial Videos
A brand new video tutorial repository with all the necessary “learn-as-you-go” videos to ensure a seamless and effective app development experience for both teachers and students. Self-paced and accessible from anywhere.
New Coding Curriculum
A new coding curriculum to give students a no code or a code-filled experience, based on their interests and experience.
Free App Development in Response to COVID-19
To help educators globally during this crisis, we opened up MAD-learn to be free and available to ANY parent, teacher, or student that wanted access to a relevant and engaging experience when the pandemic hit in April.
Build Your Own App (BYOA) Sessions for educators
In our hope to help educators navigate these virtual / in person / hybrid times, we organized FREE educator-centered Build Your Own App (BYOA) sessions for teachers across the country to expose them to new ways of engaging students with meaningful STEM experiences.
Virtual Summer Camps for Students
At the beginning of the global pandemic (COVID-19), MAD-learn began helping schools and organizations provide meaningful and fun summer camps available to “Online Campers” around the world.
MAD-learn launched its teacher certification program, recognizing 60 teachers who have demonstrated proficiency and excellence in delivering the program to their students, and to those who have taken MAD-learn to new levels.
Six prestigious awards in 2020! As recognition for our continuous efforts of promoting student APPreneurship and quality STEM, it was uplifting to have been honored with various awards such as Tech Start Up of the Year (The American Business Awards 2020 Gold Stevie Award winner), Product Developer of the year (The American Business Awards 2020 Silver Stevie Award winner), The Edtech Awards Trendsetter 2020, just to name a few.