Learning Through Games

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Kids love playing games.

And there’s a growing body of research that shows that games, when done well, do a great job of teaching them topics like Language, Maths, Science, etc.

More importantly, games also teach kids real-world skills that traditional classroom-based instruction is not designed to teach – skills like planning ahead, predicting the outcomes of alternate moves, learning from mistakes, persistence in the face of failure, etc.

Learning Yogi’s game-based learning platform – the Atlas Mission – helps kids anywhere in the world and across all age-groups to teach themselves regardless of whether they participate in the formal school-based education systems of their countries.

A Single Platform For ALL Your Child’s Education Needs

The Atlas Mission will help children across different age-groups master core curricular and age-appropriate skills in:

  • Language
  • Maths
  • Science
  • the Social Sciences

In addition, it will also help them master non-curricular 21st century skills like:

  • Creativity
  • Coding
  • Critical Thinking
  • Systems Thinking
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Personalized & Customized For Your Child

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The Atlas Mission platform contains a personalization engine that constantly tracks an individual user’s unique learning requirements and skill levels with respect to different competencies.

Using what it has learned about the user, the platform automatically customizes the content that is being presented to him or her.

This ensures that the content being presented is always at a slightly higher level of difficulty than what the user is currently comfortable with, but not so difficult that it is completely inaccessible to him or her.

Narrative

Kids (and generally, all human beings) are hard-wired for stories.

The Atlas Mission is therefore driven by a rich narrative that takes the child through a series of interlinked adventures and games, with each game designed to teach a specific skill or competency to the child.

Our narrative-driven structure builds emotional attachment with children. It also exposes them to different places around the world and to different cultures, thus improving their general knowledge and awareness of the world that they live in.

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Research-Driven Curriculum

The underlying curriculum that powers the Atlas Mission is based on research conducted at the Carnegie Mellon University and at the University of California, Berkeley, and has been created by leading educators with years of experience teaching children across different age-groups.

Our Mission

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Learning Yogi isn’t your typical startup that plans to create a good product, acquire some users, and then sell out to a big company in order to make a lot of money for its founders and employees.

There’s nothing wrong with that, but that’s not what gets us up from bed in the morning raring to go to work.

Simply put, we are trying to change the world. Yes, that’s a cliché, but we are dead serious about it.

Our ultimate mission is to use the Atlas Mission game-based learning platform to help children all over the world – from children growing up in fairly well-off families in developed countries to underprivileged children living in conditions of abject poverty in developing countries – teach themselves by completely bypassing the current education system that has served so many of them so poorly for so long.

Work With Us

We are creating something epic here at Learning Yogi – and doing it at a scale that has never been attempted before.

If you are excited by our mission and want to work with us in order to help us achieve it, check out our Careers page to find out about the job openings that we currently have and to submit your CV to us.

If you have some other ideas on how we can work together, please contact us.