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This is an interactive model of the circulatory tangent graph. Students can drag points A, B, and C and the tangent line will change accordingly to their actions. Students will need to experiment and answer the questions, for example, about the degree value in certain tangent line position.
This is an interactive activity in which user should plot the points on canvas to graph the line. Students can drag the points or to move sliders that represent their positions, various options of display and formats are available to turn on and off.
This is an animated simulation of the behavior of the HIV virus. In the animation, the HIV virus attaches itself to a human cell, fuses its membranes to the membranes of the cell and unloads its viral DNA inside the human organism and then replicates itself.
This is a gamification click-to-answer activity for Elementary School. In order to complete the quest of searching the crown in the castle, students will need to select the right words and put them in the empty places in the sentences.
This is a step-by-step engineering task with tips and graphics. Students should read the theory and enter the answer into the specific field, or select the answer from the list.
This is a simple multiple-choice exercise that provides an engaging and efficient way to assess a student’s knowledge of physics. Students select the right answers to the questions about the forces applied to the rod.
This is the interactive periodic table. Students can learn useful information about each element by selecting it and reading to the pop-up. Students can also filter the elements by one or several parameters selected from the menus.
This animation follows all the phases of the hearing, portraying the process from the incoming sound wave to the final delivery of the information to the brain's temporal lobe, where the interpretation occurs, with a theory explaining each segment.
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We have all seen the news headlines involving the struggles of many publishing companies as they make the shift from print to digital, and their impact on the bottom line. At Competentum, we see a benefit for educational publishers to make the shift to agile, or iterative, content development, to help address these struggles.