EMATE Interactives help students learn difficult concepts using animation. EMATES were first developed under the leadership of Mike Qaissaunee at the Brookdale Cyber Center and Dr. John Sands at CSSIA that started with funding from an NSF Grant (DUE 1601612) and continued with the development of the Ring curriculum. Use the interactive activities to help teach students and to develop their skills in a variety of disciplines.

When you hover over an Emate image, you will see a pop-up window containing a description, key words, and the grade level for that Emate. Click on the image to open the Emate in a new window.
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