Back to School with Inq-ITS Virtual Science Labs
It’s back-to-school season: Students are putting away their beach towels and teachers are designing stimulating lessons. At Inq-ITS, we're ready to enrich this year's science education with our state-of-the-art AI virtual labs, automated assessment, progress monitoring, and personalized support.
Inq-ITS offers an array of virtual science labs, from investigating the mysteries of genetics to exploring the factors that influence weather storms. Each lab revolves around driving questions that guide students through the scientific process. Through virtual investigations, students gain an in-depth understanding of the topic at hand while key developing science competencies.
For Science Teachers:
Our labs offer an innovative approach that aligns with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Not only does this ensure that our labs are academically rigorous, but it also means they prepare students for the future, equipping them with the competencies needed in an increasingly STEM-driven world.
Inq-ITS provides automated assessments, eliminating your grading of labs. For instruction, our dashboard allows you to monitor your students' progress in real time, and alerts you when you need to intervene. Moreover, our dashboard also provides TIPS for how to intervene for the whole class, to small groups (to provide differentiated instruction), or to specific students (1:1). All of these tools give you more time to focus on instruction!
Our virtual labs allow students to learn by doing, transforming abstract concepts and science skills into tangible investigations and processes. They receive feedback in real-time with Rex, our AI tutor, to support them as they go through the lab. Rex leads to robust learning that transfers to new topics!
As we head back to school, make this year's science education an engaging, hands-on experience with Inq-ITS Virtual Labs. With our cutting-edge AI, we're ready to make this school year not just a journey of exploration and discovery, but a journey of deep learning of STEM, important for the 21st century.