Educurious Anatomy Students Learn Through Games
"Students learn about the diseases firsthand through interviewing people who’ve had the diseases and by creating a board game that teaches others about the diseases and how to avoid them or treat them."
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Educurious Highlighted for Support of Next Generation Science Standards
"They've really learned how to think," Ms. Manzo said. "One thing that is being driven home is that science is based on evidence. We need to talk about evidence."
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High Expectations and High Supports: Educurious a Key Component
Educurious is noted for its "literacy-saturated learning experiences" in the "Common Core: Now What?" issue of Educational Leadership.
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Educurious is a Favorite Ed-Tech Startup
In a feature on Bill Gates, Fast Company highlights Educurious. "Why Gates loves it: Connections help students get encouragement and feedback from peers and mentors on demand."
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Blended Learning Thought Leaders Recognize the Promise of Educurious
Michael Horn and Heather Staker predict a big 2013 for Educurious and other organizations dedicated to "learning to do."
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Educurious a "Top Innovator in Education Technology"
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) selects Educurious as an alternate for its Innovation Incubator Program, a showcase for "developers of promising new technologies."
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Getting Smart Profiles Educurious
Tom Vander Ark has this to say about Educurious on the Getting Smart blog: "Their ambition is clear—engaging minds and changing lives."
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