We are a team of dedicated educators and developers committed to creating technology to dramatically assist children’s learning.
Our goal is simple, to lift educational outcomes worldwide. Every element of our program reflects this goal.
Our team spans 4 continents and 7 countries and for the last two years we have been working on developing a game that will lift educational outcomes worldwide. The culmination of these efforts… Skoolbo Core Skills!
We believe that every child has the right to learn. That’s why Skoolbo Core Skills, the largest educational game ever, is absolutely FREE for children.
We also offer free versions of the parent and teacher dashboard, in addition to premium upgrades for parents and teachers who want even more from Skoolbo.
We want children to learn and have fun doing it, it’s as simple as that. Skoolbo Core Skills does not and will never include any advertising within the game or within the parent and teacher dashboards nor will we attempt to up-sell to children through the game.
Click here to learn more about the team that brought you Skoolbo.
About Shane Hill, Founder and CEO of Skoolbo
Shane is a global pioneer in e-Learning development. During the last decade he founded Mathletics, Spellodrome and World Math Day, which for the previous four years, have been the most used e-Learning websites in the world. Millions of children use these programs and to date, they have correctly answered more than 13 billion questions.
Previously, Shane was a teacher for eleven years. During his successful career, he has lived in Australia, Canada, UK and now Singapore. Shane’s claim to fame as a youngster was achieving fourth place in the World Under 14 Chess Championships in Argentina.
In 2009 after leaving Mathletics, Shane took a year off to travel around Australia with his young family. However, once the travelling was done, instead of opting for a quieter life, Shane decided more needed to be done in the world of e-Learning. During this time his vision for Skoolbo was born.
Click here to read Shane’s Skoolblog.