Organize your virtual class in a few simple steps
We put a lot of effort in making it easy for you to use virtual spaces in your curriculum.
Getting started with imedu only takes a few steps!
1. Plan a class and select a pre-made space
Plan your class with our user-friendly class manager (ClassControl). Just pick a date and time and select one of the pre-made spaces we already created for you. Use a lesson-plan for tips on setting up and running your class.
2. Add your own content and instructions
Visit your virtual space and add existing learning materials like presentations, 3D objects, posters or video's. Also decide which permissions you want to give your students.
3. Invite students and meet on any device
imedu automatically provides an invitation with a link and pincode to share with your students. imedu works on any device with a modern browser like Chrome, Firefox or Safari, including tablets, chromebooks and mobile phones.
As a teacher I'm always looking for the best ways to motivate students. Especially when teaching online this can be difficult. This application offers a solution: students can roam around freely, and decide by themselves when to start learning. That self-control is exactly the intention: a child that personally decides to start learning is unstoppable.
While the students are working in small groups, I can walk by to let them update me on their project. Also they can show me what they are making.
I look forward to making classes that combine multiple courses with imedu. Then you can really connect the dots between related topics.
Sido de Vrieze
teacher Dutch language
Dalton Den Haag
Ready-to-use spaces for different learning methods
To make life easier we have made various spaces that you can directly use. You can even combine them into a larger space, eg. to build a virtual school or campus.
Besides spaces, we also provide you with example learning plans, that tell you how to set up a virtual class
Virtual spaces have their own best-practice learning methods. We have built spaces for each of these succesfull learning methods.
Instruction and demonstration
Teacher explains a subject in a special (theme) location, or by using 3D objects and 'flat' learning materials in the space
Interactive, self-guiding class where students explore a topic via various media or assignments
Students work in small groups on specific assignments, usually after a brief instruction
Encounters and exchanges
Information, artwork, experiences, culture or project results are exhibited and discussed with (other) students
A selection of our pre-made spaces. We're adding more every month.
An exciting location at the ocean floor for classes about marine life or other biology topics.
Space for groupwork and assignments for science related topics.
A large space plus surrounding garden used as meeting point and for presentations.
A modern designed exhibition space to showcase projects or artwork.
A room or space where small groups can meet, discuss and work on assignments.
An outdoor space for nature topics or group work.
A space for organising educational games and quizzes for groups.
A large outdoor space to hold presentations and large meetups.
Small instruction room for showing documents or going through exercises.
Looking for a custom space or course?
Our standard spaces are created to be flexible and easy to use. But after a while you might want a more personlized space, specific 3D content, or some extra features.
Let us know with the button below and we'll get in touch for a custom project.
Request a custom space