Pivot Interactives was recently crowned the Best STEM/STEAM Education App by The Tech Edvocate Awards, which honor “the best that edtech has to offer.” Pivot Interactives was chosen by popular vote and a panel of judges comprised of industry experts, teachers, administrators, and parents based on how the technology is positively transforming education.
Pivot Interactives’ extensive library of high-quality videos of experiments gives students the opportunity to observe and study the majority of introductory science topics, as well as some advanced topics such as the photoelectric effect and emissions spectra in physics. Unlike animated simulations, these high-resolution interactive videos incorporate authentic experiment data to help students learn key science concepts.
“Pivot Interactives lets my students do real labs online. They learn measurement, experimental design, and graphing,” said Eric Friberg, a teacher from Henry Sibley High School, in St. Paul, Minnesota. “I’m an ambitious teacher, but there’s no way I can set up these experiences for my students. With Pivot Interactives, students are engaged, and we learn efficiently.”
Educators can try out 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 the many remote learning resources from Vernier Software & Technology to keep students engaged in science as they learn remotely.