Why Waggle?

Rhonda Richetta

Principal, City Springs, Baltimore, MD

“The percentage of students who reached their NWEA growth target was the highest it’s ever been, and I’m sure Waggle played a part in that success.”

Amy Dujon

Director of Leadership/Professional Development, School District of Palm Beach County, FL

“Waggle is a tool that builds autonomy, informs instruction, and provides resources that will empower your teachers to help students reach the full intent and rigor of the standards.”

Jennifer Couch

Assistant Principal, Palmetto Middle School, Anderson, SC

“We were looking for a digital platform, both teacher and student friendly, that provides standards-based practice in a way that is engaging, motivating, and challenging to our middle school students. Waggle provides all of those for us, along with the support and customer service to listen and adapt to our
needs.”

What Makes Waggle Unique?

Deliver individualized practice, support each learner, and discover the gaps.

Right Challenge,
Right Time

Waggle looks for more than correct answers. Waggle continually analyzes each student’s decisions and progress. That way, students get tougher practice material right when they’re ready for it.

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Productive Struggle

Waggle motivates students to push themselves forward. How? Through helpful hints, supportive feedback, and achievement badges that build grit and confidence.

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Real-time Practical Insights

Waggle helps teachers analyze student understanding and gives specific recommendations for further instruction.

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Waggle Works

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Urban, High-Poverty Charter School Demonstrates Significant Gains with Waggle
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Waggle Wins SIIA Education Technology CODiE Award
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Wynnebrook Soars with Waggle
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Adaptive Practice Helps Elementary School In High Poverty, Crime Stricken Area Close Achievement Gaps
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More About Waggle

WHO IS WAGGLE MADE FOR?

Waggle helps students in Grades 2-8 supplement their core curriculum with rigorous practice.

HOW DO STUDENTS PRACTICE?

They work through 11 types of interactive questions driven by each student’s behavior and pace.

WHEN DO STUDENTS USE WAGGLE?

Students practice skills online for 1-2 hours on their own every week.