In the News
Getting Smart| October 4, 2021
Don Fraser from Education Design Lab describes the process of creating a simulation to assess students Critical Thinking skills.
eCampus News | August 19, 2021
These four strategies can help educators gets the most out of these powerful tools for both teaching and assessing students’ skills
Open Skills Network| August 9, 2021
Recording of the “An Introduction to the Open Skills Network” panel at the 2021 ASU+GSV Summit, including our President & CEO Dave McCool as a panelist!
Education Design Lab | July 21, 2021
Excited to be a part of this important work, providing online simulations as prior learning assessments to validate skills!
SmartBrief| May 18, 2021
Online simulations can help put history into context and show students that the past is nuanced — helping them develop deeper critical thinking skills.
Business Wire| October 20, 2020
ReadSpeaker’s text-to-speech technologies to power voice-enabled interactive experiences for students
KidCitizen | May 15, 2019
Teacher Bretton Varga was honored to receive word that an episode he developed using the KidCitizen Editor was recognized as runner-up for the 2019 Don Romesburg Prize, a national award for outstanding K-12 curriculum in LGBTQ history.
McGraw-Hill Education Delivers New Game-Based Learning Simulations in Higher Education Course Materials
McGraw Hill | April 23, 2018
Learning science company McGraw-Hill Education today announced the addition of more than 50 game-based learning simulations and scenario-based learning activities to digital course materials for use this fall in Principles of Economics, Introduction to Business, Principles of Marketing and College Success courses. McGraw-Hill Education plans to launch hundreds more across course areas in 2019.