Active learning is more effective. Now it's available for any subject, any time.

Educators know that interactive learning is the most engaging and effective way to learn. Students need to interact with phenomena, and with each other to help understand new ideas. Pivot Interactives makes interactive learning easy for teachers, and effective for students. Whether using simulations, interactive video, or hands-on data, Pivot Interactive means teachers can provide active learning any time.

Students using Pivot Interactives to collaborate in a classroom

Pivot Interactives improves outcomes

Table showing Average and Standard Deviation of model-making and model-breaking groups in a scientific study

Higher learning gains than traditional labs.

During a peer-reviewed, controlled study Pivot Interactives learning technology showed gains from 25% to 400% compared with traditional learning. Teachers can rest assured that students are learning science process and critical thinking skills.

A graph comparing mass vs. volume

Science practices are part of every activity.

Teaching the 'science practices' can be difficult for teachers. But every Pivot Interactives activity is imbued with opportunity to learn science process skills. Students are learning science by doing science.

Students using Pivot Interactives to collaborate in a classroom

Active learning is minutes away.

With thousands of activities ready to go, teachers can have their students engaged in active learning in just minutes. Automatic feedback and grading for multiple-choice and numeric questions means students stay on track. Easy grading tools and LMS integration save teacher grading time.

Students are engaged, learning, active.

MIcroscopic video of daphinia. Interactive ruler tool dragged over the video to measure

Students explore real phenomena

Pivot Interactives library of thousands of interactive videos let students investigate phenomena outside the restrictions of the classroom. What affects the heart rate of a water flea? How fast do waves move? How does atmospheric carbon dioxide affect the ocean? Students answer these questions for themselves.

Student using Pivot Interactives on a tablet

Automatic feedback boosts confidence

Pivot Interactives activities provide interactive instructions with automatic feedback and grading for multiple choice and numeric questions. This keeps students on track and lets them know they are learning.

Diffraction demostration

Active learning is more engaging than passive learning.

Students are more engaged by active learning than passive learning. Pivot Interactives means students can use active learning any time, any where.