The 20% Rule To Learn Faster With Less Time In KooBits

KooBits is more than just a platform to practice math.

Underneath the hood, you’ll find a robust system designed to make learning math more fun and effective.

This is important because kids today can spend a lot of time practicing assessment books or memorising formulas. But that is not an effective use of study time.

Practicing blindly without understanding their weaknesses can do more harm than good.

In the worst case scenario, they grow to dislike math as a subject.

Improving Quickly With Less Time: It’s In The 20%

To be more effective in learning math, we can turn to the 80/20 rule for help.

This rule states that 80% of the results often come from 20% of the effort.

From a math learning perspective, 20% of the effort would be to focus on the weaknesses.

After all, it makes sense to spend less time on what the child already knows.

To ensure your child is learning effective, use KooBits to identify strengths and weaknesses.

When your child uses KooBits, all the data on the questions they answered is recorded in the system

This data will be fed into 2 different types of reports:

  1. Proficiency Report.

This report analyses data from all activities in KooBits.

Since features in KooBits work together to give your child a holistic learning experience, the Proficiency Report helps you track their overall progress.

2. High Score Report.

With this report, you’ll be able to see exactly which skill your child needs to work on under each topic.

It gives you a deep level of analysis that you seldom get from teachers or other eLearning platforms.

At one glance, you can tell how well your child is doing and pinpoint the skills and topics they are struggling with.

Once you understand your child’s weaknesses, you can work more closely with them to tackle these areas and make better decisions for your child.

While this is useful for parents, it’s a different story for students.

It might be discouraging for them to practice math, especially on topics they are not familiar with. But KooBits make this easy for them.

How KooBits Makes Practicing Math Fun

With KooBits, kids don’t find it a chore to work on their weaknesses.

We have tools to make practice so fun, it feels like play.

Typically, kids may be reluctant to work on areas they struggle with as they feel demotivated when they can’t get the answers right.

That’s why KooBits offers content at various levels of difficulty, and this can help a child overcome that fear.

Let’s explore how children can learn a difficult topic on KooBits!

First, they get to see all the concepts they need to learn for a particular topic:

Then, they can choose to start with easier topics.

The difficulty is represented by the number of chilis.

The more chilis there are, the tougher the topic will be.

Once students are able to grasp the concepts at “chili level one”, they can then progress to advanced questions.

Struggling with a difficult question?

Kids can learn the solution with video tutorials. These videos give detailed, step-by-step explanations. They can then re-attempt the question to ensure they understood what they’ve learnt!

Here is an example:

Besides practicing, we make learning more enjoyable through Brain Games, Challenges and StoryMath.

These activities are fun, but they are closely connected to math concepts so it reinforces your child’s learning:

Each of these features work together to ensure that your child’s learning journey is fun, effective and efficient.

Ready to try them for yourself?

Start by joining our free 7-day trial.

You can use everything we’ve listed here for a week.

That’s plenty of time to see if it’s right for you. Click on the button to get started:

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