Lifeliqe, pronounced "Lifelike," is a learning and productivity platform using over 1,100 interactive 3D models, incorporating elements of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR).
Gizmos & Gadgets is an app for the littleBits platform that uses electronic building blocks that can be combined and recombined to make endless inventions.
It explores a range of science topics related to color, including colorblindness, light refraction, optical illusions, the "feelings" of color, painting, and pigment.
Edpuzzle is a web-based interactive video and formative assessment tool that lets users crop existing online videos and add content to target specific learning objectives.
Ustyme is a video-call program that allows two users, in two places, to read a story or play a game together.
GoNoodle is a series of web-based videos, games, and activities focused on introducing short bursts of physical exercise in the classroom.
This assessment tool allows teachers to create rich quiz-type content and engage all students through quick formative assessment questions or healthy team competitions.
TinyTap is both a tool for creating interactive games and books and a vast library of precreated games and content.
Lab4Physics is an incredibly low-cost way for students to design and conduct physical science investigations.
DIY Lake Science offers watershed-related activities and info for elementary and middle school students via three sections: activities, video clips, and an “Under the Lake” simulation.
Teachers create and assign lessons to classes, and kids use the app to create scenes using the object library or uploads from Thingiverse.
The layers of rich documents, images, and videos are carefully organized and curated, and can be accessed through topical browsing, searching and filtering, or in pre-made exhibition collections and primary source sets.
Students can create original videos with dynamic, interchangeable backgrounds using green screen technology.
DragonBox Algebra 12+ is a fun and challenging game that teaches kids how to solve algebraic equations.
Kids visit "reading islands" that organize books by theme (animals, awesome people, and more) and choose books to download to their "backpacks."