Looking for ways to deliver that “aha” moment in your high school biology, chemistry, and physics lessons? Interactive science simulations can add a fresh level of discovery and insight to your regular hands-on science programs, and give students the opportunity to practice and learn at home when classroom equipment might not be at hand.
STEM currently means many things to many people and educators are still finding their way.
Imagine a classroom where students learn though hands-on experimentation, design and trial and error. Where they build rocket ships out of cardboard and dollhouses with working electricity. Where children's natural instinct to explore their world and to solve problems is encouraged through invention and play.