Massachusetts schools using the JogNog learning system raised state science test scores.
(December 6, 2017)
Who knew what a vocabulary contest could do?
(August 30, 2017)
The JogNog Tower Challenge Announces the Winners for the 2016-2017 Competition.
(June 1, 2017)
JogNog Introduces Progress Reports and Team Learning.
(January 1, 2017)
The JogNog Tower Challenge Announces the First Winner for the 2016-2017 Competition.
(October 12, 2016)
JogNog Introduces Tag the Tower Feature for In-Classroom Learning Competitions.
(October 7, 2016)
The JogNog Tower Challenge raised state science test scores by the largest amount in its history.
(November 1, 2016)
JogNog Upgrades Algorithm to Automatically Calibrate Time Limits for Each Quiz.
(July 30, 2016)
JogNog Release 5.0 for iOS has key features for ease of use.
(July 27, 2016)
JogNog Release 5.1 Supports Student Autonomy and Builds Self-Motivation.
(July 6, 2016)
The JogNog Tower Challenge completes its 5th year of growth.
(June 7, 2016)
Massachusetts Association of Science Teachers (MAST) and Massachusetts Technology Education/Engineering Collaborative (MassTEC) partner with JogNog to enable effective implementation of new science standards in Massachusetts.
(February 29, 2016)
JogNog Tower Challenge Helps Teachers Reinforce Key Concepts and Motivates Students to Study.
(November 11, 2015)
New JogNog Reports Guide Teachers to Each Standard That Their Students Haven’t Mastered.
(November 03, 2015)
New collaborative assessment tools enable teachers to work together to meet state and national standards.
(September 03, 2015)
Student management is now simplified for JogNog school systems using Microsoft Azure and Office 365 for cloud operations.
(August 26, 2015)
Over 25,000 students participated in this year’s JogNog Science Challenge, with participating schools expected to benefit with a 3.5 percent increase in student proficiency on state science tests.
(June 5, 2015)
Teachers subscribing to JogNog gain new tools for students to raise scores on standardized tests.
(April 22, 2015)
In a special offer, JogNog provides Massachusetts teachers access to its Fast Science MCAS program, giving all their students test preparation help for only $25 for their entire class.
(April 13, 2015)
Nationwide competition engages students coast to coast, breaking records for student engagement.
(March 24, 2015)
Students get free access to over 70,000 standards-aligned questions. The students with the most correct answers win.
(March 06, 2015)
Updates to JogNog Assessment System help teachers manage a differentiated classroom.
(February 27, 2015)
JogNog, a digital learning app, placed in the top 1% of over 2,000 educational apps reviewed in 2014 by Balefire Labs, a company committed to improving children’s education.
(January 26, 2015)
JogNog Science Challenge motivates students to learn key science concepts.
(January 13, 2015)
Students now build higher-order thinking skills by asking as well as answering questions.
(December 18, 2014)
Students can now work out math equations, jot notes, and even doodle just like they can with pencil and paper.
(November 24, 2014)
The JogNog Science Challenge motivates students to learn key science concepts.
(November 13, 2014)
A recent nationwide survey by JogNog reveals that teachers need educational technology, but schools are still unprepared to support them.
(October 20, 2014)
New version of JogNog system enables teachers to personalize quizzes to match students’ different learning styles and speeds.
(September 3, 2014)
Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council selects JogNog to participate in final round of their 2014 Technology Leadership Awards.
(July 16, 2014)
For a limited time, parents gain low-cost access to the same powerful standards-based quizzes used by teachers proven to help students excel.
(June 27, 2014)
JogNog predicts schools that participated in this year’s Science Challenge will realize a 3.5 percent increase in student proficiency on state science tests.
(June 12, 2014)
JogNog’s latest Android release supports Google Single Sign-On, which enables students to access JogNog quizzes more quickly and easily.
(May 7, 2014)
JogNog, a digital learning app, placed in the top 7% of 1,700 Apps reviewed to date by Balefire Labs, a company committed to improving children’s education.
(April 17, 2014)
Teachers using Amplify's Tablet System now get free access to JogNog's standards-based quizzes.
(March 18, 2014)
Students at Norwell Middle School of Norwell, Massachusetts, win top honors in national academic competition. Glenbrook Middle School of Longwood, Massachusetts, and Bellamy Middle School of Chicopee, Massachusetts, garner second and third place results.
(February 25, 2014)
The innovative digital learning company is challenging schools by asking them: How much science can you learn in 14 days? They will be hosting a contest with a chance to win a school-wide subscription to JogNog.
(January 30, 2014)
CurriculumLoft and its leading 1:1 mobile learning tablet, the KUNO™, now offer school districts an opportunity to receive one year of free access to the JogNog® app on their KUNO devices.
(December 3, 2013)
Teachers choosing the JogNog app saw students perform 3.5% better than their peers
(November 26, 2013)
One-Year Subscription for $99.99 Gives All of a Teacher’s Students Access to Over 1,500 Quizzes including Common Core Math and ELA
(September 23, 2013)
Norwell, Douglas and Carlisle Schools Finish as the Top Three
(June 18, 2013)
USPTO Awards Patent for JogNog Learning System
(June 4, 2013)
Carlisle School in Carlisle, Massachusetts Wins Top Honors in National Academic Competition. Norwell Middle School in Norwell, Massachusetts and Keys Gate Charter School in Homestead, Florida Garner Second and Third Place Results
(March 22, 2013)
Trophies Awarded to the Top Schools with the Greatest Number of Correct Answers
(February 4, 2013)
Teachers using the JogNog Learning Game saw 8% Improvement on the Massachusetts Standardized Test for Science
(October 22, 2012)
Game-Based Learning Platform Proves Effective in Saving Teachers Time
(August 12, 2012)
Quick Quiz™ Tool Gives Free Access to JogNog's Library of 30,000 Questions that
Address Common Core Standards
(June 11, 2012)
(Carlisle Mosquito, May 30, 2012)
Carlisle Students Triumph over Other Towns and Claim Trophy
(May 24, 2012)
(Lynnfield Villager, May 9, 2012)
Students in Lynnfield, Concord competed using educational game from Lynnfield-based
(Lynnfield Patch, May 3, 2012)
Nationwide Survey by JogNog.com Reveals that Teachers Want and Need Digital Learning
Tools, but Schools are Unprepared to Support Them
(April 30, 2012)
Entire Library of Elementary and Middle School Quiz Questions Now Available on iPad,
iPhone and Android Devices
(April 14, 2012)
Best Practices for Digital Learning Tools Shown Effective and Easy to Use
(April 7, 2012)
Top Three States with the Most Players to be Featured in the JogNog Blog
(February 1, 2012)