Motivational personalized learning based on newest research
What parents say about us and their children in Google Play Store:
Science and motivation
¨A great educational game that motivates and is based on a scientific foundation. Their customer service is exemplary. An example of how good and meaningful educational software can look.¨
Fun and engaging
¨My son is super happy. We only played the game once. He didn't want to stop. And he doesn't like math! He wants to be called Tali and isn't avoiding math today! Great app, thanks.¨
Success after a short time
¨My two kids are excited and we are too. We see success already after a short time!!!! And the support team is really friendly and helpful!¨
Parent Manual - how our concept works
For elementary schoolers
Honors your child's strengths and weaknesses. Creates a training plan that's suited for your child's needs. Adapts leveling every day.
We're always there for your child. Plus we're an instrument for international educational research studies to the benefit of learning conditions.
Recommended 3 times a week for only 30 minutes. Targets exact areas of struggle. Our dynamic training plan adapts and levels in real time.
40 math & reading exercises
Training is embedded in a motivational story with growth mindset to encourage learning.
You child can train anywhere and you're still informed.
Das Meister Cody Team hört euch ganz genau zu und unterstützt euch bei all euren Fragen rund um die Themen Deutsch, Mathematik, Legathenie und Dyskalkulie.
#1 choice of over 19 medical, pediatric, psychiatry, neuropsychology and pedagogy associations
Our CODY-M 2-4 math assessment is the #1 diagnostic and top intervention in Germany’s clinical practice guidelines until 2023.
Professionals use Meister Cody as part of blended learning and therapy for dyscalculia and dyslexia treatment.
Academic partners in international educational research
Meister Cody – Namagi was developed by Prof. Dr. med. Gerd Schulte-Körne, Dr. Kristina Moll, Dr. Sini Huemer and their team.
Meister Cody – Talasia was developed by Prof. Dr. Jörg-Tobias Kuhn and his team at University of Münster. Research continues with his team at TU Dortmund University.