Project ideas for math class


Project-based learning allows students to work together using concepts taught in class to solve real world problems. This dynamic, hands-on approach to learning can be especially effective in math classrooms. Rather than simply explain to students how to solve a problem and then have them practice independently, students are actually able to use and apply…Read more

Have we reached the tipping point for mastery learning?


If you’re a teacher and a fan of Twitter chats like us, you probably participate in some of the more popular weekly chats, like #edchat and #edtechchat (and many others!). One of our favorites is #TTOG (Teachers Throwing Out Grades), hosted by teacher and education author Mark Barnes. Earlier this week, Mark asked everyone to…Read more

Thank you, Teachers! Happy National Teacher Appreciation Day


In honor of National Teacher Appreciation Week, we asked a few of our favorite teachers what they love about teaching. As the unsung heroes of our society, it’s only right that teachers receive recognition on one special day (at least!) for all of their incredible work.   What do you love about teaching? “In the eight years…Read more

Curating the web for your classroom


Today we’re delighted to feature a guest post from Richard Byrne, author of the popular #edtech blog FreeTech4Teachers. Every year I talk with thousands of teachers at conferences all over the world. The question that I am asked most? “How do you learn about all of this?” The answer is rather simple, I subscribe to a lot of…Read more

Teacher Spotlight: How Dusty Hepler homeschools with Versal


Today’s blog post comes to us from Dusty Hepler, a homeschool teacher and Versal fan. As both a homeschooling mom of a decidedly techie child and the organizer of a growing homeschool co-op (roughly 120 students from 3-15 years old), my approach to education is shifting to keep pace with this new digital generation. As…Read more

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    Versal is an open publishing platform for anyone to create interactive online courses - no coding required.

    The Internet has connected all of us like never before. And yet, online learning is often one-dimensional - limited to videos and slide decks. It doesn’t have to be that way. Computers, and the modern Internet, are designed for interactivity.