78 % of schools that tried it included Techambition into their teaching.
See how it works:
Recommended visualization with an idea how to use it will help to engage and motivate students for self-study. You display it with use of ordinary projector in front of your class.
Lesson includes number of visualizations and interactive tasks. Students will go through the lesson on their tablet or computer, it takes about 10 minutes. They more think than compute.
The system evaluates students and identifies problematic principles. It also recommends the visualization to effectively explain these principles during the next class.
Suggested visualizations are always designed to be familiar to the students. Thanks to their use in class, students will focus on interpretation easier and understand the principles better.
If you want to try Techambition, just send an e-mail to Jakub. He will need to know your school and whether you teach or study. He will send you the registration link promptly.
of schools that tried it included Techambition into their teaching.
grammar schools, technical schools and vocational schools has signed up to Techambition during the school year 2015/2016.
is an average mark given to Techambition by the teachers.
In 2012 project Techambition won the eClub competition of university projects with set of interactive visualizations for university students of physics.
In 2013 Techambition got an award for its contribution to the education by Google and EduIn in category of new technologies.
In 2014, we were developing interactive tools for thermodynamics courses at Stanford University. After that experience, we started to build new version focused on data analysis.
In 2015 the testing of new version was finished and Techambition was launched. First license was sold to Gymnasium of Johannes Kepler in Prague. During first year, nearly 200 schools signed up.
Co-founder of Techambition, cooperating with teachers on content development.
Main developer, making sure that everything works as it should.