Connecting Ideas.
Building Minds.

It’s more critical than ever for students to learn how to assimilate information from digital content as we increasingly live, learn and work in an online environment.

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Ideaphora’s technologies are the first to deconstruct digital content into meaningful concepts, automatically generating keywords that students can drag-and-drop into concept maps that they build right alongside the resource. Through the easy-to-use tools, students can reconstruct concepts into personalized, lasting knowledge. Ideaphora enables students to take notes and organize material, connect ideas, analyze information, and apply their knowledge – all in one screen. By building and sharing knowledge maps, students develop higher order thinking skills, critical for college and career readiness, while teachers are able to visualize their students’ learning.

Simply Connect and Build Knowledge from Digital Content

Ideaphora deconstructs digital content into meaningful concepts

Learners drag and drop these concepts to reconstruct personalized knowledge

Resulting concept maps support learning and long-term memory of the subject

Learner's thinking is visible allowing for self and teacher formative assessment

Ideaphora deconstructs digital content into meaningful concepts

Learners drag and drop these concepts to reconstruct personalized knowledge

Resulting concept maps support learning and long-term memory of the subject

Learner's thinking is visible allowing for self and teacher formative assessment

From the Classroom

"The Ideaphora environment has given us a way to make student thinking visible. It is easy for students to get started, derive meaning, and reflect it in a visual way. The concept map environment allows for easy formative self-assessment and reflection by the students. Then, once submitted, allows me to quickly assess their understanding."

—Mike Jones –STEM Instructor & Technology Coach. SD 87 - Bloomington

From the Blog

In the news

Ideaphora Recognized in 8 pieces of ed tech news to note from SXSWedu 2016 by Education Dive

Also in beta is Ideaphora’s long-brewing standalone platform. For a refresher, the platform helps learners organize knowledge maps around digital content to demonstrate concepts learned, with key concepts autopopulated for users to drag and drop onto their map. The tool has been available to BrainPop users for some time, and co-founder and CEO Mark Oronzio told Education Dive that students created 250,000 maps in this school year alone.