We’re excited to share some groundbreaking news that’s set to transform the landscape of education as we know it. Inspirit, the Atlanta-based EdTech startup, has embarked on an exciting partnership journey with the College Football Playoff Foundation (CFPF). Together, we’re on a mission to empower teachers and students with innovative learning experiences that redefine the classroom.
Natural selection is evolution’s last force. This is the evolutionary process that Charles Darwin initially described in his book, origin of species. It is the image that most people think of when they think of evolution.
The study of links between distinct groups of species and their evolutionary development is known as phylogeny.
The way STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) is taught in US schools is fundamentally flawed, says the team behind the Atlanta-based startup Inspirit. The big problem? Real-world applications aren’t front and center. “Today most STEM learning content is passive and non-interactive with a teacher using a PowerPoint or whiteboard (whether digital or analog) and lecturing…
Inspirit has officially launched its Innovative Learning Hub, a groundbreaking EdTech product aiming to transform STEM education by offering immersive, engaging experiences.
“A new partnership between Inspirit and the Meta Immersive Learning Initiative, the VR Lab Starter Kit program, will provide Meta Quest 2 VR headsets, Inspirit’s 3D and VR curriculum, and training to over one-hundred Title 1 schools throughout the US in 2023.
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