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Student-led learning
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Hear every voice and empower every student with the Nureva™ Span™ system

Foster student collaboration with the Nureva Span system


Develop the skills that matter

Something is different about the Nureva Span system. With it, each learner becomes an innovator. Problems get solved, together. And students acquire the 4C skills that help them make an impact.

Get more from your tech

Get more from your tech 

Contribute from devices

Contribute from devices 

Collaborate at the wall

COLLABORATE AT THE WALL 

Project-based learning

Take project-based learning further with an expansive canvas for idea generation and planning. Whether engaged in real-world problem solving or genius hour projects, students can use the Span system to visualize how to turn their ideas into big accomplishments.

Project-based learning

Design thinking

Get more from design thinking with a solution that helps students seek new perspectives at every stage. Learners can be creative as they work together to define problems and devise solutions. They’ll also receive valuable input from peers as they prototype, test and redesign in a makerspace.

Design thinking in education
Brooke Beiter and the Span system

“The Span system became a way to take our students’ creativity, critical thinking and collaboration to the next level.” 

Brooke Beiter Assistant principal, Loyalsock Township High School

Critical thinking

Make thinking visible with notes, sketches and images – teachers understand exactly what their students know, and students can easily reflect on process and progress. Critical thinking flourishes as students take time to contribute individual responses to probing questions and complex problems.

Critical thinking
Della Rodrigues and the Span system

“The Span system is a visual feast. It provides a panorama of problems, pictures, drawings, websites and sticky notes – all at the same time.” 

Della Rodrigues Teacher, Kenmore Middle School

Teacher collaboration

Bring new life to staff meetings by giving every teacher a chance to actively contribute. Educators can work together to design a new unit or develop the school calendar, and no one’s ideas get missed. And extra digital real estate is invaluable when complex student data needs to be shared.

Teacher collaboration and professional development

How schools are using
the Span system

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Byram Hills Central School District

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Henry Wise Wood High School

 
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