iEDU helps educators and students develop essential skills in knowledge construction, creative thinking leading to innovation, communication and collaboration, problems solving, flexibility and adaptability, and the ability to learn how to learn by designing products to help educators construct environments where students gain authentic experiences that make learning relevant, purposeful and enjoyable.

To ensure that iEDU products and programs are aiding students in acquiring 21st century and higher-order thinking skills, our content development is grounded in well-researched and universally-accepted educational pedagogy and instructional design practices. We subscribe to the BSCS 5E Expanded constructivist learning cycle as an instructional design model, Bloom’s Taxonomy for cognitive processes, and the P21 Framework for 21st Century Learning for skill development and multidimensional competencies to prepare students to solve complex problems this century continues to bring.

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