ClassFlow, a free, next-generation lesson delivery software, announced on Thursday a series of new partnerships with leading digital content developers.
The goal? To provide teachers with expanded access to the latest innovative, immersive, and interactive educational content.
As for those are now in business with ClassFlow, here’s what the company tells us.
By partnering with Gooru, SketchFab, PhET Interactive Simulations, and Desmos, ClassFlow will offer teachers the latest technologies for lessons, including 3D models, virtual reality, and science and math simulations.
And by all accounts, the impact of the underlying resources is undeniable.
“In 2014, I began implementing ClassFlow to optimize activities, such as delivering lessons and exercises, taking notes, and asking questions,” said Dr. Valerie Camille Jones, mathematics specialist and recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching at Atlanta’s The Ron Clark Academy. “Since then, ClassFlow has increased student participation in my class, and I have been able to get a better sense of how students were making sense of what was being taught.”
ClassFlow now has more than three million registered accounts and is used in over 125,000 schools and institution in 150 countries.