When you were in high school, did you ever ask, “Why should I care? When will I use this?” Education needs to shift. Redshift Education builds project-based learning content in virtual reality to make learning creative, collaborative, and relevant for the 21st century.
The team at Redshift believes a high-school education today should include 21st-century skills — creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving. Project-based learning (PBL) is an innovative, proven teaching method that teaches these 21st-century skills in a hands-on way. Redshift Education builds project-based learning content in virtual reality. K-12 school administrators recognize that their teachers don’t have enough time to craft authentic, hands-on projects from scratch. We make it easier for teachers to implement this teaching model in less time and with less training.
Maria Jernigan, College of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences
Mark Carman, College of Engineering
Kiran Bagalkotkar, College of Engineering
Taylor Carroll, College of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences
Jooyoung Whang, College of Engineering
Vince DiNardo, College of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences + College of Engineering