As campuses remain closed for the duration of this school year—and states begin to consider delayed or modified openings for next year—giving students access to high-quality and engaging remote learning science resources such as Pivot Interactives is more important than ever.
Pivot Interactives, which was recently recognized as a finalist in the video-based learning solution category of The EdTech Awards, provides students with interactive videos of actual science experiment phenomena such as Newton’s second law, properties of mechanical waves, and acid-base titrations. Unlike animated simulations, these high-resolution interactive videos incorporate authentic experiment data to help students learn key science concepts.
“Pivot has been a tremendous resource for my physics students during this time of remote learning,” said Cerise Cauthron, science department chair at Georgetown Middle/High School in Georgetown, Massachusetts. “Students are really engaged as they design investigations and participate in more independent data analysis.”
Educators can now access the 200-plus interactive experiment videos from Pivot Interactives through a free 30-day trial. This includes full access to Pivot Interactives with unlimited student seats, the entire video library, all analysis tools, free technical support, and much more. This is just one of many remote learning resources Vernier is making available to keep students engaged in science as they learn from home.