Adi vil gøre børn klogere, mens de spiller spil på tablets og telefoner
Adi Prakash har stiftet spilfirmaet Skidos for at gøre op med kedelig undervisning. Efter en større millionindsprøjtning er de klar til at revolutionere uddannelsessystemer verden over en app ad gangen.
14 fast-moving Copenhagen start-ups to watch in 2018
Skidos is an edtech start-up that relocated to Copenhagen from New Delhi. Led by Aditya Prakash, the company has created a software development kit that helps developers turn casual games into learning apps. In recent weeks, Skidos raised around €638,000 in seed funding. – siliconrepublic
Edtech startup gør klar til at bruge millioninvestering
I juli landede det danske edtech startup Skidos en investering på 4,75 millioner kroner. Nu skal de hyre de rigtige folk til at sikre dem næste investeringsrunde, der efter planerne skal falde i slutningen af 2018. Læs mere her.
Skidos on TechCrunch
Skidos, an edtech startup based in Copenhagen after relocating its HQ from New Delhi, offers an SDK to help games developers turn casual games into “learning apps”. The idea, co-founder and CEO Aditya Prakash says, is to flip the existing model where educational games often do a poor job of mimicking popular non-educational gaming titles. Read complete article on TechCrunch here https://techcrunch.com/2017/08/28/skidos/
9 Teams Raise the Bar in Startupbootcamp Mobile 2015
I entered the gates of Pumpehuset, a historical music site in the heart of Copenhagen, sporting my backpack and rubber shoes. A mistake — I was out of place in the sea of towering men in suits and classy women in fancy dresses. Luckily there were still a few like-minded individuals wearing jeans and sneakers. Read more.
Skidos – Captivating Maths – Mobile #sbcStartupOfTheWeek
Here’s an hypothetical math problem for you:”50% of the 6 amazing Startups in this year’s Startupbootcamp Mobile accelerator program will raise 2 million dollars each out of the 10 million dollars available from investors. That’s still 40% of the money left on the table. Do you know how much is left?” Read more.
Skidos is the first Indian startup to be part of Startupbootcamp Mobile in Copenhagen
For the first time, a startup company from India, Skidos, has been accepted into Startupbootcamp Mobile in Copenhagen, Denmark. For five years now, Startupbootcamp has been running industry-focused programmes globally. Read More.
Milk Hunt has won 3 of the biggest and most prestigious awards for kids educational products in 2015 including the Parents’ Choice Fun Stuff Award and the 2015 Family Choice award. Check out the awards below:
How Skidos is helping kids learn using gaming?
Keeping kids engaged during studies is one of the toughest things to do. Different learning models – from books to toys to experiment based learning – have been tried. Aditya Prakash took a different approach by analyzing learning patterns and building games around them. Read More.
Fast Paced Mental Math Game App for Kids
Do you have children who like playing games? They will love this app Milk Hunt Kids Math Game. It is a fast paced game app where kids have to solve math problems to move up the levels. The math included in the app are common core aligned. Read More.
Milk Hunt Kids Math Game – Provides Math Practice in a Fast-Paced Game Platform
Crikey! This new math app features Kando, an energetic kangaroo, hopping across Australia, looking for his favorite drink- milk! Milk Hunt: Kids’ Math Game is a fast-paced game app that provides solid math practice in a format children will love. Read More.
Best math apps for kids: sneaks in some learning too!
Help Kando the Kangaroo as he goes on a quest to find more milk. Hop across Australia collecting milk bottles and other prizes. Solve math problems along the way to win more milk points. The combination of adventure game with math practice keeps this game interesting for little learners. Read More.
App Review – Milk Hunt: Kids Math Game!
Milk Hunt Math developed by Skidos Learning is an excellent math app designed specifically for primary school aged students. In the app, the student has to help a cute little kangaroo named Kando to bounce, jump and roll across famous Australian landmarks whilst simultaneously completing Maths questions. Read More.