IntoScience is the digital learning resource that engages students and empowers teachers in their love of science. Take a look at how students at St Joseph School have had their science lessons revolutionised by IntoScience…
IntoScience puts teachers and students at the controls of engaging, inquiry-driven activities to learn science through practical experiments. In “Phases of the Moon”, students are invited to become an Astrophotographer and use a telescopic camera to capture eight phases of the moon. Students can experiment by viewing the moon from different hemispheres, changing the timescale and placing their photos in the correct order.
Teacher control and resources.
IntoScience offers unparalleled control for teachers, meaning easier classroom management. View real time results or summon all students to an activity to keep them focused on task.
Each activity includes a powerful lesson guide, allowing further exploration of the topic, plus hundreds of HD videos are just a click away. You need never Google again.
Enter a 3D virtual world.
IntoScience gives each student their own customisable avatar, research lab, observatory and access to dozens of unique 3D environments. Explore the impact of friction in the Crash Test Zone, classify animals in the Asian Woodland, discover how the Jenolan Caves were formed – plus many more engaging learning spaces.
Millions of students already love “The Third Degree”, having taken part in World Science Day during the World Education Games.
Students compete against each other in this live multi-player science quiz and race to answer as many questions as possible. Students select their difficulty level, receiving more points for the harder questions.
As a tool for student engagement, nothing beats The Third Degree.
We love learning. That’s why we offer every school a 14-day trial of IntoScience. Our friendly team is eager to learn about your objectives and show you a number of possible strategies using IntoScience to achieve them.
All for exactly zero dollars.
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