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Lenovo and VictoryXR have partnered to launch a global initiative to offer classroom learning experiences aligned to curriculum in virtual reality. Utilizing Lenovo’s VR Classroom and VictoryXR’s award-winning content, students will have access to more than 60 VR titles focused on science, history and career and technical education (CTE).

In addition to an immersive spatial learning curriculum, students will have access to global field trips that allow them to stand on The Great Wall of China, admire the California Redwoods, and survive volcanoes in Iceland.

Wendy Martin, national finalist teacher-of-the-year in the United States, leads the learning in science, while Steve Grubbs takes students to amazing historical locations in the U.S., Europe, Africa and Asia.

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Chemistry in the Wonderlab

Captivate your students in our Wonder Lab, where chemistry comes alive!

Learn through virtual flip cards, stimulating science field trips, optional learning checks, and students can even visit a pirate’s cove; to play a memory game using chemical symbols!

Our curriculum is developed by award-winning educators and is aligned to the Next Gen Science Standards (HS-PS1-1, HS-PS1-3)).

Things That Go Boom

Ever done a virtual reality escape house? Be a chemical reaction puzzle solver to escape this house in time!

Learn about combustion engines. Chemistry on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway!

Coronal mass ejection? Explore a whiteboard animation about solar flares and CME’s!

As always, Wendy, our national runner-up teacher of the year, dazzles students with her experiment. Watch out, an explosion gets a bit too close to her!

Getting Cheesy: Biochemistry Fun

Explore the rec room in our space-based research facility and and dance with holograms, play billiards or just relax and watch television.

Wendy, the Science Wiz, plays with a Tesla Coil and you’re along for the ride!

Enter The Physics Force Field, a playground where Coulomb’s Law and Newton’s first three laws come alive with traction beams, force fields, and gravity completely suspended! Experience laws of nature in a way that’s out of this world!

Football and concussions are a big topic of conversation. We travel to Purdue University and discuss the latest science with American football helmets, forces involved, and actions to better protect athletes using the laws of physics.

Physics in the game of pool and how Newton’s laws of motion integral in this game. Action and reaction!

Newton's House of Forces

Explore the rec room in our space-based research facility and and dance with holograms, play billiards or just relax and watch television.

Wendy, the Science Wiz, plays with a Tesla Coil and you’re along for the ride!

Enter The Physics Force Field, a playground where Coulomb’s Law and Newton’s first three laws come alive with traction beams, force fields, and gravity completely suspended! Experience laws of nature in a way that’s out of this world!

Football and concussions are a big topic of conversation. We travel to Purdue University and discuss the latest science with American football helmets, forces involved, and actions to better protect athletes using the laws of physics.

Physics in the game of pool and how Newton’s laws of motion integral in this game. Action and reaction!

Purveyors Of Power & Propulsion

Witness energy conversion from wind, water and a neighborhood’s electricity power plant! Understand environmentally-kind ways to harness nature’s resources and power our lives.

Fly through pastel clouds as you dive through hoops in the sky! Soar through the ring with the correct answer to science questions posed in the clouds to set your course.

This realistic comic video shows the basics of entropy, as it’s used to solve a mystery!

Are you a pinball wizard? Master this classic game by understanding its origin and evolution over the years.

Cows droppings are good for you! Yes–this biofunction of cows could be the future of powering our lives. Learn what’s being done with methane conversion via closed loop systems.

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms

Racing the Waves of Radiation

Make learning about waves & electromagnetic radiation fascinating and fun in this virtual playground. Enter the space station’s recreation room and dance with a hologram, play some pool with your eyes or enter the 360 world of laser tag as you learn about how light can be both a wave and a particle. Einstein and Newton are both part of the deep learning. As always, Wendy the Science Teacher takes a few minutes to do her thing, which in this case is a dive into the history and uses of microscopes. Like comic books? Read one about Marie Curie, a leader in early STEM as she creates the first X-ray machine and sees broke bones inside the skin. While this is fun and fascinating, it does happen to satisfy important Next Gen Science Standards focused on waves and electromagnetic radiation.

Mechanized Mania

Simple tasks solved via complex contraptions. Witness a Rube Goldberg machine in action while better understanding the physics behind its system.

Control your speed as you race around the track of Neon Pulse, choosing lanes based on your knowledge of physics facts. Answering questions correctly earns speed boosts for a faster time!

Applying Newton’s 2nd Law can improve a bowling game. Using “fancy” math is more common than you may think–see it applied and decide for yourself.

Get to know inventor, Charles Brush, and see how his contributions to science rivaled those of Edison. In the race to light a bulb, this was a nailbiter.

Surf aside, waves are more common than you think. Some doctors use wave technology to help diagnose and treat many ills of today. Learn how these machines work in relation to your body.

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms.

Adventure Learning Inside Humans

When you strap on the headset, you will be transported to our underwater aquatic research facility. Try not to be distracted by the fish and other creatures as you take off on an adventure inside the human body.

Been to the jungles of Mexico before? Well, the virtual field trip visits both the jungles of Mexico and the magical Singapore Gardens as you learn about the hierarchy of multicellular organisms. Yeah, we get it: that may not sound interesting but when you’re on a boat traveling deep into the jungle, suddenly it becomes very interesting.

Wendy the Science Teacher explores the phenomenon of Chiropractic and the science behind its impact on your body.

And that which is too small for the human eye to see suddenly gets very large as viruses are explored in an amazing interactive experience. If you’ve ever wondered what influenza (the flu) really looks like, now you will go toe to toe with it in your own battle.

The stories examine the systems of the body including circulatory, reproductive, respiratory along with others. How each of these systems operates in our body is a fascinating look at the organic functions that make humans go. This trip inside the human body is like no trip you have ever experienced. So buckle yourself in and get ready for your adventure inside the human body!

Genius Genetics

When you strap on the VR headset, get ready to head underwater because this unit is in our underwater research lab. If you’re going to learn about genetics, why not do it in the underwater lab?

But just because you’re underwater, it doesn’t mean you cannot take a side trip to an ancient library that holds the secrets to your genetics and chromosomes. Each of the ancient manuscripts will tell you what each of your 23 chromosomes does and beware the floating head and the hovering eyeballs.

The story of Gregor Mendel is an important one and in our VR world, it’s told in a comic book. Enter the candle lit room, turn on the radio (choose your favorite classical station) and open the comic to learn about how Mendel discovered genetic traits.

Take a field trip to a vineyard where we learn about the genetic traits of grapes, of all things. And Wendy the Science Teacher, shows us the mysteries hiding within our chromosomes when we take a genetic test.

Then take a journey through a special museum where you can travel around the cylindrical building seeing lifesize human cells and seeing the almost magical science of cells come to life right in front of your eyes. What’s even more cool is that you control your own travel. When you’re done with one exhibit, you can magically teleport to the next location.

Here’s the thing, it’s important to learn science (in fact, very important) but it doesn’t have to be boring or intimidating. In our virtual world, science comes to life and becomes amazing and immersive. Suddenly science is fun and cool and that’s what you want.

Oh, for teachers, the entire unit is based on Next Gen Science Standards.

Mysteries & Mansions

A “murder” has occurred and we’re collecting clues–DNA evidence to be exact. Discover the variety of collection methods and testing processes while looking for the suspect’s motive in the game room.

Fly through pleasant pastel clouds as you twist and turn, diving through hoops in the sky. You chart your course by soaring through the ring with the correct answer to science questions posed in the clouds.

Sweet, sticky donuts spike blood sugar–see how this fun fact helps solve the animated mystery of the 13 donuts. Understanding homeostasis will help you foil this caper and catch the culprit.

If variety is the spice of life, then inheritable genetics is an herb garden. Distinguish between dominant vs. recessive traits as two cultures come together, changing the appearance of future generations.

Arches, loops, and whorls–oh my! Knowing these distinct fingerprint features will shed more light on the “murder” mystery showcased during the field trip. Nothing says fun like gel electrophoresis processing.

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms

From Slime to Dinosaurs: Adventures in Time

Ever been to the rainforest? You will be when you strap on the headset and begin researching in the VictoryVR Rainforest. While you’re trekking through the jungle stop and visit a few of our fun and amazing stations along the way.

You will visit a museum where the history of whales is carefully created from the days of walking on land to the modern mode of transportation: swimming in the ocean. It’s a self-guided tour so move around at your own pace and take a look at both the skeleton and the non-skeletal animal. You can even spin and turn the whale ancestor to get a full view.

The field trip is one of the craziest of all 48 we shot. Our host explores the world of invasive species, in this case, the destructive Asian Carp. Watch as he investigates their journey to Middle America and then watch as they relentlessly attack him as he journeys down a river in a boat. It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen.

Wendy, our national runner-up teacher of the year, explores the blue crab and its evolutionary journey. Join her as she tells a fascinating story about this strange and colorful creature from the deep.

What does the iPod have to do with the evolution of animals? This virtual reality movie explains the unexpected connection.

As always, VictoryVR learning units are fascinating, fun and amazing, but they are also based on national science standards followed in most schools in the United States and around the world.

Food World: the Good, Bad and Stinky

Compare four distinct ecosystems around the United States. See the variety of flora and fauna present in different climates and understand why they thrive.

Fly through pleasant pastel clouds as you twist and turn, diving through hoops in the sky. You chart your course by soaring through the ring with the correct answer to science questions posed in the clouds.

Get caught up in the mystery of food webs as you learn about the hierarchical scheme. Follow energy’s path as it moves from the sun through plants and animals, sustaining life.

Trace the origin of sugar in this fast-paced flick. Examine the linear process of energy conversion and learn about glycolysis along the way..

Distinguish which type of respiration impacts your food the most: anaerobic or aerobic. Also, discover what bread, yogurt, and pickles have in common.

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms.

In the Arena: Human Expansion

Learn about urbanization on the streets of Chicago and Hong Kong. Witness how big cities are embracing their growth while lessening negative impacts.

Control your speed as you race around the track of Neon Pulse, choosing lanes based on your knowledge of weather and climate facts. Answering questions correctly earns speed boosts for a faster time!

See what happens when ecosystems become unstable and how homeostasis comes the to the rescue to maintain order.

Examine animal behavior–humans too–and learn why group living is beneficial. Breaking down various social behaviors reveals different dynamics.

Know the 5 stages of succession? Learn them here and see the carbon cycle and its role in our environment.

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms.

Body Awesome

Just how similar are we to pigs? Find out how much we have in common with these stinky swine through comparative anatomy. Dissect a pig with award-winning science teacher, Wendy Martin, and learn about our common parts and systems.

Imagine an interactive Mr. Potato head, and you’d be close to knowing how to navigate our Brain Game. This larger-than-life human head allows you to pick the brain parts and piece them together inside a human skull to see how they form our most complex system.

What do a modern bird and a prehistoric dinosaur have in common? Join us at the Science Museum of Minnesota to find out! Put your understanding of evolution to the test as you examine fossils and skeletons searching for similarities.

Be transformed (not really) as you learn about energy transformation and how thermodynamics really works. These processes happen all the time–amaze your friends with your understanding of the process..

Humans have more than 99.9% of the same genetics–so how can we be so diverse? Find out that and much more as you dig into your common ancestry.

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms

Adventures in Space

The learning adventures in this science curriculum unit include the opportunity to pilot a spaceship, as well as a Mars Rover while learning some of the most important lessons about the Universe. Along the way, you will meet Wendy, the Science Teacher, who presents lessons at a high school level in a fun and impactful way. You will also meet Steve, the virtual field trip host, who teaches about the solar eclipse in real time as it occurs above you. Even more, you will drive a Rover over the surface of Mars and visit replicas of the actual U.S. Rovers intentionally left there. While traveling to distant galaxies, enjoy watching an animated short about the birth of a star. Following these VR experiences are three optional assessments for students (or parents) to measure mastery of the content. This supplement to school curriculum is based on Next Gen Science Standards so it mirrors what classrooms around the world are teaching.

Ancient Adventures

Strap on the headset and open your eyes in our lunar research facility. Not only will you take off on some amazing adventures, but you can also play with the hologram fish aquarium while hanging out on the moon.
Step into the time machine and travel back in time millions and billions of years ago to experience the earth as it looked during its earliest years. Don’t be afraid of the dinosaurs…they’re mostly friendly.

Wendy the science teacher takes us – in full 360 virtual reality – to Crater Lake National Park with Wizard Island nearby, to understand how craters impacted the world around us.

And take a dune buggy ride with Steve, your VictoryVR host, through Silver Lake Sand Dunes. It’s a wild ride as you fly over the sand dunes and see how sand on the East coast of Lake Michigan is overtaking homes.

The stories take you back to the beginning of the universe as it explodes into life and follow earth’s formation from the age of volcanoes to the modern era.

As always, VictoryVR is fun and amazing, but students learn science while they are immersed inside it. Each unit is tied to Next Gen Science Standards which are the national standards that 19 states have adopted while another 20 are considering.

Lunar Learning & Earthly Rocks

On our moon-based lunar research facility you will take a trip to Wildcat Den, where we learn about the formation of earth in caves and caverns. The Lunar Research Facility is a fun place to learn as you travel to distant lands and even get to play with the fish in our hologram aquarium. Then enter our liquid surround display as you experience the formation of water all around you. In virtual reality, the water cycle comes alive as you are immersed in it’s vast capabilities. As always, Wendy the Science Teacher provide a fun lesson in science and ecology. Not enough fun? Well, enter Trickybeard’s Cave and challenge the ol’ pirate to a game with his treasure chests. It’s your memory against his clock for all the treasure he has. We have one more movie to experience as a variety of dogs give us a tour of how the earth’s crust was formed. In fact, we learn that the ground underneath us is constantly moving, even if we don’t realize it. For teachers and parents, this unit is fun, but it also covers multiple Next Gen Science Standards on the top of Earth Systems in the Earth & Space category. This unit includes 3 assessments.

Cataclysmic Earth

Brave the biting cold of Iceland as you take in the splendid sights of the Blue Lagoon, geysers, and a waterfall. See how geography and its environmental impacts affect one another over time.

Control your speed as you race around the track of Neon Pulse, choosing lanes based on your knowledge of weather and climate facts. Answering questions correctly earns speed boosts for a faster time!

Ever wonder why tornadoes are ranked on a scale of 1-5? Satisfy your curiosity and more as you learn about the causes and effects of this tremendous weather phenomenon with Tornado Ted.

Everything is connected somehow–find out how as it relates to our environment. How do CO2 emissions, global warming, and the greenhouse effect affect biodiversity–everyone should understand how it’s all interrelated.

Visit Glacier National Park in Montana to discover the differences between advancing and retreating glaciers, and how each reflects changes in our planet’s composition. Goodness glaciers this is a good one!

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms.

Oceans of Wonder

Visit The Great Wall of New Orleans, built to stop the cajun city from flooding over again. Understanding how Hurricane Katrina devastated this region helps combat future impacts.

No need to hold your breath during this virtual SCUBA expedition among the coral reef. Swim around the colorful coral while learning about this unique ecosystem, as well as current threats to its existence.

Be a detective and help solve this mysterious case involving missing ancient rocks. DIstinguishing between oceanic vs. continental crust will help reveal clues in this creative caper.

For peats sake! No really–there’s a current crisis with peatland in Indonesia and conquering it involves understanding what it is and why our treatment of it needs to change. Join the cause!

Swimming sharks and colorful coral abound at this trip to the Tennessee Aquarium. Join Wendy Martin, award-winning science teacher, as she reveals how Earth systems changes are affecting our oceans.

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms.

Expeditions in Ecology

Y’all come get your “green” on in the bayou while learning what LEED, sustainable materials, and “green” construction have to do with rebuilding in post-Hurricane Katrina territory.

Fly through pleasant pastel clouds as you twist and turn, diving through hoops in the sky. You chart your course by soaring through the ring with the correct answer to science questions posed in the clouds.

Know what a garbage gyre is? Find out how this devastating ocean phenomenon is endangering our planet’s marine life AND what you can do to help.

Meet Jambo, a savvy shark who avoids an oil spill in the gulf during his daily adventures. Discover how human activity impacts our aquatic friends and what environmentally-friendly behaviors look like.

Sort, crush, press, deliver–tour the inside of a recycling plant and follow materials around at the different stages and in various forms. What exactly happens once we toss our drink container in the bin?

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms.

Masters of Design

You say you’re learning about engineering design? Well, put on the headset and join us in China as you stand on the Great Wall of China and see how The Great Wall winds its way through the mountains of China. Even more, learn how the invading Mongols from the north caused China to undertake this engineering marvel.

This unit – Masters of Design – is set in a mountain-based research facility which takes you on an amazing journey through design and engineering.

Our Manga comic book in a dark virtual reality room, takes you through the discoveries of Thomas Edison as he learned to harness electricity. While you’re in the room, be sure to set the vintage radio to your favorite classical station.

Fly among the clouds in our learning game as you take off and soar through the skies. When presented with questions, just lean in and dive or rise toward the correct answer. This game is fast-paced and an adrenaline rush.

Ever stood in the middle of a winter snow storm? Wendy the Science Teacher takes us out into the snow as she explains the science of making snow.

You will also enjoy a visually engaging story about solar cars. The engineering challenges of solar powered cars gives us a fascinating under the hood look at how they work and the impact they might have on our future.

Take Flight!

Zoom through the sky with a birds-eye view as you fly in the cradle of our drone! While soaring hundreds of feet in the air, learn about the pros & cons of this increasingly prevalent technology.

Hang out in the airplane hangar with full 360* view of the Wright Flyer. Take in the various angles of this flying machine and see how Orville and Wilbur mastered the feat of air flight. You can even take it for a spin yourself.

Probe the habits of Asian Elephants as you learn more about modern technologies, including satellite intervention into keeping a close eye on this breed and others.

3-2-1–blast off into outer space with the SpaceX Program. Catch up on their recent attempts and improvements in air travel to the outer world–you just might be a passenger one day.

Ever fly a plane in poor weather conditions? Find out how pilots navigate airplanes through ice, wind, snow, and other hazardous conditions in this one-of-a-kind weather-simulated environment for testing.

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms.

Wild World of Wonder Ag

The villain is a super weed, the bees need saving and a magical cafe serves up genetic engineering. Science is everywhere in this immersive and amazing trip through the work scientists are doing to genetically change organisms. Thinking Frankenstein? Well, we look at the facts of what it’s all about including the good and the bad. At the GMO Cafe, you are served up genetically modified foods with an explanation of the purpose for each change. In the animated surround-you short, Save the Bees, we learn about the challenges bees are facing due to natural and unnatural changes in our world. And of course, Wendy the Science Teacher, explains the fascinating basics of genetic engineering in her special way that makes everything clearly understandable. As always, Next Gen Science standards are satisfied, in this case, related to biotechnology.

Rad Robots on Wild Earth

Strap on the headset and enter a research lab at the edge of the mountains, in all its wild glory. This unit is about robots, robotics and with a little biodiversity thrown in. So what’s cool? Students will learn to program robots in the interactive Robolympiad. Enter instructions and see the path – ordered or crazy – your robot takes.

Our field trip visits one of the top high school robotics team in the country as they build their robot and prepare for competition. In fact, we get into the cage with the robot as it takes it’s commands from the students and experience the robot up close.

Sometimes humans get a little help from machines. Wendy Martin is our national runner-up teacher of the year and she explores the concept of prosthetics: artificial limbs and human parts.

Then you will enter the liquid surround display as we learn the science behind helmets, why and how they protect our heads. Forces and physics are a key part of this 360 surround experience.

As always, VictoryVR learning is fun, immersive and amazing. At the same time, our curriculum specialist is meticulous about making sure each lesson is tied to a national science standard as created through the Next Gen Science Standards.

We have 48 units covering every area of middle and high school science. If you plan to learn science, might as well do it in virtual reality.

Analog vs Digital

Amplify, digitize, and record–that’s what these Very Long Base Array (VLBA) telescopes do. See this rare equipment at work–1 of only 10 spanning the U.S., these scopes improve our view of the universe.

Beware of ogling ogres! You need to roll boulders down the hill to to beat them back. Correct responses to questions based on unit content will prevent the ogres from attacking.

A scientist and an actress who made a real-life daring escape, this mini-bio of Hedy Lamarr reads like a movie script. Learn about her contributions to radio transmission and frequency technologies still in use today in the world’s first virtual comic book.

Ever wonder which waves you can see versus the ones you can hear? See the characteristics of compressional and transverse waves as you gain a better understanding of their different purposes and types.

Learn how and why your technology functions the way it does: phones, televisions, and more. Distinguish between digital and analog signals and become a pro at bandwidth.

As always, VictoryVR curriculum is stimulating and fun! Better yet, it’s rooted in the Next Gen Science Standards so it is directly linked with science teachings in today’s classrooms.

Mel & Gerdy

Teaching students about the structure and function of cells and their organelles can be a difficult task, and even more so when those tiny cell organelles are elusive and hard to see. Ready to take your cell organelle instruction to the next level? Grab a headset and let Mel and Gerdy guide your students as they take a virtual “walk” through a museum gallery all about cells and their organelles. Students start with a short video about endosymbiosis that introduces them to theory of organelle evolution. Then, students have freedom to explore the museum at their leisure. Each area of the museum is organized into logical wings that teach students about what cells are, the different types of cells and how they function. Afterward, students take a ten-question quiz about what they’ve learned. Are you ready to get your Nerdy on? Let’s go!

D-Day Invasion, Adolf Hitler and WWII

Stand on Omaha Beach and the Weymouth shoreline to understand the geographic war strategies of these locations. Travel to Paris and learn why this area was significant to Hitler’s plan. Stand inside of a German pill box to visualize how soldiers navigated the beaches. Examine a military cemetery where almost 10,000 WWII soldiers are buried.

Greek Gods

Visit the Greek island, Mykonos, and learn how religious traditions impact cultural traditions. Stand inside of a micro-church and observe its unique features. Learn how micro-churches function and why they’re so numerous on this small island. Visit Athens, Greece as you stand among and learn about the Parthenon, The Temple of Zeus, The Temple of Hephaestus.

In the Footsteps of Martin Luther King, Jr.

-Stand on the Edmund Pettis Bridge as you learn about its significance and how it impacted voting rights in America.
-See where 25,000 marchers joined Dr. King on the steps of the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery.
-Visit the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. to see where MLK delivered his famous I Have A Dream speech.
-Learn about Dr. King’s significant and impactful legacy that continued well beyond his assassination.

...and much more

1. Stand among a herd of cows while learning genetics and trying to avoid cow licks.
2. Newton’s ‘Force Field’ where the laws of physics are suspended and anything can happen.
3. The robot dance floor
4. A landfill surrounded by mountains of garbage and giant trucks
5. An escape castle filled with orcs
6. A starship zipping around the universe
7. Mars – and you get to drive on your own land rover
8. Yellowstone National Park
9. Kittyhawk, where the Wright Brothers flew the first plane
10. The Grand Canyon – where we see how the earth was formed

 

VictoryXR content is created first, by educators with expertise in curriculum; and second, by
gamers with expertise in fun and game designs.  It’s this combination that helped VictoryXR win the award for the best global virtual reality education content. Led by Wendy Martin, national finalist for teacher-of-the-year in the United States, her hologram lessons are second to none.

Even more, every lesson comes with a one-pager for easy class preparation by teachers. For science
teachers, the lessons have been aligned to NGSS as well as standards in Florida, Texas and California.