This month’s release includes powerful new teaching tools like automatic feedback on multiple-choice questions, and iframes that allow other web tools to be embedded in Pivot Interactives activities. Also, new search and filter tools make it easy to find the activities teachers want.Read More
This release has new features and enhancements suggested by teachers to make it easier to use Pivot Interactives activities with students.Read More
This new feature makes it much easier to calibrate tools for videos uploaded by students or teachers.Read More
This new release makes it much easier to upload video for video analysis. Students can now upload video directly from their phone.Read More
We released another upgrade to Pivot Interactives! We revised the controls for the measurements tools, with a new, easier interface, new icons, keyboard controls, and touch-screen gestures. Students can also print their responses from Pivot Interactives and upload them to their teacher’s Learning Management System for grading.Read More
This new grading tool lets teachers give rapid feedback to students on selected parts of an assigned activity. Teachers can check student data and graphs, or check key parts of an activity in just minutes for an entire class.Read More
This release includes autosave for students working on Pivot Interactives activities, and several other new features.Read More
Here’s our latest example of how interactive video can be used to teach chemistry. Students can measure the depth of liquids in a beaker as they compare the amount of light absorbed. This is an engaging and concrete application of the Beer-Lambert Law.Read More
This release includes the two features most frequently requested by teachers during the 2017-18 school year:
Two ways to upload videos so that students can use Pivot Interactives to analyze them.
The Community Library, a place for teachers to collaborate by sharing activities.
New software release for September 2018 includes two upgrades to the data-table and graphing tools in Pivot Interactives.Read More
We’ve been wanting to make a video set that allows students to vary the effective gravitational field strength to see how it affects the period of a simple pendulum. We considered three approaches, and chose one that didn’t require space travel.Read More