Adaptive Curriculum Launches Math and Science Activities
Sebit this week launched a new online educational resource focused on math and science: Adaptive Curriculum. The resource provides a library of math and science activities aligned to state and national standards. It's on display at the FETC show in Orlando, FL.
Adaptive Curriculum is targeted toward students in middle school and provides more than 200 STEM-oriented activities called Math and Science Activity Objects. These Objects combine a variety of interactive content organized into single topics, which can be used in various learning environments. It includes:
- A visual learning environment;
- Virtual experiments;
- Scientific inquiry exercises;
- 3D graphics and visualizations; and
- Embedded assessments and worksheets.
It also includes teacher resources via the company's MyAdaptiveSpace site, which offers tools for managing instruction, lesson planning, and reporting tools.
The Web-based system supports browsers on Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows systems and starts at about $10 per student for full access to the library.
Adaptive Curriculum is being exhibiting at the FETC conference Jan. 22 through 25 in Sebit's exhibit space in booth 870. More information is available at the links below.
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