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Aktiv Learning in Forbes

From a PhD in Chemical Engineering to Edtech Founder, Justin Weinberg tells Forbes his story on how he built a STEM platform.

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Aktiv Learning on Edtech Insiders Podcast

Aktiv Learning (Chem101) was featured on Edtech Insiders! Listen to an exclusive interview of our CEO and Co-founder, Justin Weinberg.

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Chem101 is now Aktiv Chemistry

When we founded 101edu in 2016, we wanted to bring active learning to the center of STEM education. Now we’re taking the opportunity to evolve our brand in order to better communicate and reinforce this message. Welcome to Aktiv Learning, the evolution of 101edu.

Justin Weinberg

Co-founder & CEO of Aktiv Learning

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What Students Should Study Students shouldn’t have a choice whether to learn quantitative skills such as data fluency. Colleges must ensure that they do, Ryan Craig writes

By Ryan Craig

Chronicle of Higher Education

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Colleges Are Sabotaging Black and Brown Students

By Ryan Craig

Chronicle of Higher Education

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Series A: Announcing the Next Phase of Aktiv Learning’s Mission to Transform STEM Education

We’re creating an even more powerful learning platform, rolling out new courses in chemistry and other STEM disciplines, and doubling down on our community of instructors and students

Justin Weinberg

Co-founder & CEO of Aktiv Learning

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Overcoming the Challenges of Remote Instruction: Using Mobile Technology to Promote Active Learning

By Brandi L. Baldock, Anthony L. Fernandez, Jimmy Franco, Brian A. Provencher, and Mark R. McCoy

Journal of Chemical Education

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Welcome to Our Journal

Our blog will bring you the news and announcements from Aktiv Learning as well as talk about the latest trends in STEM education

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There’s No Snoozing in Class With This Chemistry App

By Brittany Shoot

Smithsonian Magazine

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