Interactive simulations engage powerful new modes of learning.
How fast does Earth move in its orbit? What would happen if the planet moved slower? How do you get from Earth to Mars? Simulations allow students to explore and try experiments that are impossible to do in the classroom but have extraordinary learning potential. Furthermore, you can change things quickly and evaluate what happens. They can experiment to understand the molecular meaning of temperature. They can quickly create models of waves, sound, or light. This interactive experience unlocks powerful new modes of learning.