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Where Students Build

Collaboration Future Ready Skills Digital Literacy Virtual Worlds Passion for Learning Critical Thinking Creativity

MegaMinds provides the tools to spark curiosity, collaboration and critical thinking in the classroom and beyond.

It's the most effective (and fun) way to do blended learning

Research backed efficacy

Students find immersive content more engaging and it can help students retain more information when it's part of the curriculum.

Customizable and flexible

Suitable for various curricular needs and learning styles. Can be used in both synchronous and asynchronous contexts.

A seamless fit in your learning ecosystem

We integrate with the top edtech tools to extend your existing cirruclum. No need to rebuild anything.

Works on all devices

Deliver seamless learning experiences across all devices, and ensure accessibility and engagement anytime, anywhere.

But don't take our word for it -- our teachers say it best

And so do our students!

Address all six levels of Bloom's Taxonomy on a single platform

Foster a comprehensive learning journey from basic knowledge to creative application.

Facilitate creative and evaluative thinking with 3D interactive lessons

Enable students to apply and understand concepts through design thinking

Students showcase knowledge by turning concepts into their own digital worlds

Research shows students thrive in 3D learning environments

Scientific research indicates immersive learning significantly enhances comprehension, retention, and engagement compared to traditional methods.

Students are up to 275% more confident when acting upon what they learned during immersive lessons

Student engagement levels increase by 45% compared to traditional classroom settings

93% of teachers feel XR tech would bring excitement to their students

Get your students future-ready

Equip them with the technological and 21st century soft skills needed for tomorrow’s challenges.

MegaMinds builds collaboration and problem-solving skills, key competencies for a future workforce

Students gain hands-on experience with immersive technologies, becoming fluent with digital tools and 3D environments

Encourage creativity and adaptability, fostering an innovative mindset

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What can I teach on MegaMinds?

Anything! If you can teach it in the classroom, you can teach it on MegaMinds. Think of each virtual classroom as an extension of your regular classroom. The 3D nature of the platform makes it an ideal place to visualize complex ideas and concepts and for collaborative activities.

It’s our commitment to keep MegaMinds free for school teachers. As a school (K-12) teacher, you can use MegaMinds Basic for free – and so can your students.

Because it is browser-based, you can access MegaMinds with any device! Simply share a link and your students can join a 3D room. For the best experience, use a laptop (Chromebooks, Windows, Mac). Tablets and phones can also access any lesson but have some reduced functionality. For the most immersive experience, use a VR headset like a Meta Quest 2 or 3. MegaMinds even runs in the new Apple Vision Pro.

What materials can I share in the 3D Rooms?

Almost anything! From static content like photos and PDFs, to YouTube videos, to GIFs and 3D objects. You can even add assessment questions to do checks for understanding.

Simply share out the room link via email, Google Classroom, or any LMS you normally use. One click and they’re in!

100%. Via Assignments, you can give your stundents a fun canvas to demonstrate knowledge. They can work individually or in groups. And you’ll find they’re like fish in water in on our platform. Most don’t require any onboarding at all.

Our 3D Rooms are persistent (think of them like 3D websites). You can access them at anytime and you can continually alter or update them. Your students can also revisit them at anytime during the school year to refresh or re-learn. And you can use them again with next year’s students.