Saturday, July 23, 2011

Empowering STEM teachers with embeddable web-simulation authoring

As a physics or engineering teacher at high school or college level, do you have ideas for how to engage students through interesting simulations? Do you find that available simulations do not effectively meet  the needs of your students? Do you wish you could whip-up a few simulations quickly to address just the specific needs of your students?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above then take a look at SimInsights apps. In less than a minute, you will have your first simulation running, without writing any code, and without installing any software. You will then be able to customize how students interact with your simulation and finally publish to the web. And thats not all. Your simulations will work with touch input on ipad, can be embedded in other pages such as blogs, online quizzes, wiki pages and even e-books.

By empowering teachers to easily and flexibly create and publish simulation based learning content, we are making STEM learning more meaningful and fun. In the coming weeks, you will see announcements about a few pioneering teachers publishing interesting simulation based learning content. We look forward to your comments.

1 comment:

  1. Awesome!!
    Well done and looking forward to your new features