Explore Learning

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Explore Learning
Explore Learning is listed in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category in Charlottesville, Virginia. Displayed below are the social networks for Explore Learning which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Explore Learning on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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400 W Main St
Charlottesville, VA 22903
(434) 293-7043

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Explore Learning has an overall ZapScore of 99. This means that Explore Learning has a higher ZapScore than 99% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Charlottesville, Virginia is 39 and in the category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Prove—or don’t prove—triangle congruence in this Gizmo. And try it today with a free account! #mathchat #ed twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Great videos on math fact fluency and success in school: j.mp/2vF7kGt


Letters from kids: "Thank you for making Reflex because it makes me smarter!" #mathchat j.mp/2uQYF66


Reflex helps students become math fact fluent--as well as build their confidence and self-esteem! twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


What makes a good teacher really great? Find out the 7 habits of highly effective teachers! #edchat #k12 twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Gizmo of the Week: Proving Triangles Congruent! Establishing triangle congruence comes up again and again in geometric proofs. The Proving Triangles Congruent Gizmo allows students to explore the conditions that prove and do not prove triangle congruence. In the Gizmo, students specify conditions that are congruent in two triangles such as S, SA, SAS, etc. They can then manipulate the vertices of each triangle to see if they can create non-congruent triangles with the specified conditions. By allowing students to manipulate the triangles in this way, the Gizmo provides a way to simulate these conditions in a way that is not possible with pencil and paper. The related Congruence in Right Triangles Gizmo allows students to explore the conditions that prove congruence for two right triangles. http://j.mp/2vAJsna

Using online simulations like Gizmos to make science accessible for all students
The DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) Center lists ExploreLearning Gizmos as a resource that can help students with disabilities learn science. "Sometimes it is difficult for students with disabilities to participate in experiments and other science lab activities....

Using Gizmos to enhance inquiry and problem-solving skills in the middle school science classroom!
The Larchment Patch reports that Middle School Students in Rye Neck Union Free School District, New York, are using Gizmos to learn about levers and simple machines. According to a district spokesman, using Gizmos "further enhanced the students' inquiry, problem-solving skills and understanding of t...

Gizmo of the Week: Mouse Genetics (One Trait)! Gregor Mendel is famous for his studies of heredity in pea plants, but he actually began his experiments with mice. After breeding mice in his rooms at the monastery, Mendel had to switch to plants because the bishop disapproved of a study having to do with animal sex. Students can recreate what Mendel’s mice experiments might have looked like with the Mouse Genetics (One Trait) Gizmo. In this Gizmo, students begin with two homozygous mice, one with alleles for black fur and another with alleles for white fur. After breading these mice together, the resulting F1 generation will be uniformly heterozygous. Additional breeding pairs formed from this generation bear offspring with genes that follow Mendelian distributions. Punnett squares are introduced as a tool to explain results from the Gizmo in the Student Exploration Guide. http://j.mp/2vtC0cB

A review (and tutorial) for Gizmos from EdTech Guides! “If you teach math or science, these simulations engage students in practices in an engaging and authentic way that illustrates challenging concepts.”
ExploreLearning Overview: Simulations for Math and Science We have all experienced that time in the classroom when the students would have benefitted from additional exposure to a challenging concept. However, with external constraints and a certain amount of curriculum to cover, this is not always ...