At SplashLearn, our vision is to build the most engaging learning experiences that transform children into lifelong learners. We are the world's first scientifically designed, game-based curriculum spanning pre-kindergarten to Grade 5.
Loved by a whopping 40 million learners across 150+ countries and trusted by over 750k teachers and 180k schools, SplashLearn is the fastest growing elementary math program in the US. If those numbers seem too abstract, consider this: Every 1 in 3 schools and 1 in 7 elementary school children in the US love SplashLearn!
Backed by Accel Partners and many other prominent investors, SplashLearn has bagged many prestigious edtech awards such as the Stevie Award for the best edtech product, Tabby Award for best business, Parents Choice Award and Best App Ever Award.
The job entails identifying ways you can improve your lesson's flow and suggest changes needed within specific pieces, so everything comes together seamlessly. Your responsibilities will include:
- Proofreading and copy editing content to correct spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors in ELA and Math lessons
- Follow the in-house style guides
- Identifying and getting rid of instances that may be construed as stereotypes, prejudice or bias (sensitivity read)
- Enhancing the flow of the content
- Making sure the visuals are editorially sound and work well with the text
- Adhering to deadlines
Editing; Proofreading; English Language Skills
Knowledge of American vocabulary, spellings and culture.
Culture at SplashLearn
At SplashLearn, we dig individuality. We love people who have something to say, and we listen. With us, you will get a chance to weave a little bit of you in our suite of learning products that are being used by millions of users. We have a workplace that is perennially high on energy. You can find people deeply engrossed in conversations that range from the latest movie to the newest tech on the block, and you will also see people who don’t want to have anything to do with that and are quietly typing away on their machines.