Discover new Israeli technologies that will give you a boost this school year – including a plagiarism detection app and educational mobile games.
Here are seven Israeli ed-tech startups and established companies to watch this school year.
- is creating actual “microcampuses” (Jolt Rooms) for small-group interactive skills learning led remotely in real time by experts in anything from storytelling to contract negotiation. You simply download the Jolt app, find classes in your area that interest you and reserve a seat around the table in a meeting room or coworking space near you. The company is based in Tel Aviv and London.
- offers more than 150,000 educational mobile games developed mainly by teachers worldwide and vetted by in-house educational experts. Founded in Tel Aviv in 2012, TinyTap recently hit 1 million registered users. Used by parents and classroom teachers, the app offers a parents’ guide, The Learning Plan, to age-appropriate games in a variety of subjects. This guide is available in Hebrew and English, and soon in Arabic, French and Mandarin. TinyTap recently partnered with Oxford University Press to develop premium games.