About GradeSlam

Technology should do more than increase the productivity of schooling and the efficiency of evaluating. It should address the discrepancies in academic success encountered by different types of learners who face unique personal challenges.

That’s why we’ve created a suite of tools for schools, students and educators to make every student a successful learner. The service encourages all types of learners to actively and instinctively seek academic help by employing a medium that comes naturally to the modern student - limitless, spontaneous, uninhibited communication through instant messaging.

In this learning environment, students enjoy the confidentiality to be honest about what they don’t understand. They also enjoy the privacy to seek help at their own discretion without worrying about what their peers think. The system eliminates traditional barriers to academic success and enhances the ability of individual students to both engage with and understand their schoolwork. The service places contextualized, interactive academic support at students’ fingertips and encourages increased student engagement both inside and outside of the classroom.

The uninhibited approach to learning opens a direct window into the mind of a student. Instead of identifying at-risk or gifted students at the end of the learning process, this window allows educators to enact early intervention accordingly. The data generated through actionable insights can be used to perfect the learning curriculum and support resources to maneuver students towards personalized learning goals.

Meet GradeSlam's Team

Awards & Accolades

Educational
Institutions

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GradeSlam for Schools

Educators &
Teachers

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GradeSlam for Teachers

Students
K-12 to College

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GradeSlam for Students