For over 20 years, the Concord Consortium has developed cutting-edge educational software for STEM. And just about all of the award-winning, scientist-designed resources we produce are free.
The Common Online Data Analysis Platform is a dynamic data analysis environment for teaching data literacy.
CODAP is a free web-based data tool designed as a platform for developers and as an application for students in grades 6–14. CODAP is easy to use and runs in your web browser. CODAP is (and always will be) free. Share your data with others and bring it to life!
Energy2D is interactive, visual simulation software that models conduction, convection, and radiation.
Energy2D is a two-dimensional interactive heat transfer simulation program. Students can use Energy2D as an inquiry tool to investigate heat flow and energy usage in 2D model systems.
Energy3D software presents an easy-to-use 3D user interface for students to design and analyze model green buildings.
Energy3D is an engineering design and simulation tool for renewable energy and energy efficiency. Use Energy3D to quickly sketch up a realistic-looking structure or import one from an existing CAD file and then evaluate its energy performance.
Fathom Dynamic Data Software
Fathom is a low-cost, dynamic and fun tool for effectively teaching and learning data analysis and statistics.
Fathom is dynamic software for teaching data analysis and statistics. It’s also a powerful tool for high school students to use for modeling with mathematics, as required by the Common Core State Standards.
The Graph Literacy app helps middle school students learn about equivalent graphs, interpolating values, and more.
Graph Literacy activities are designed for middle school students to investigate equivalent graphs, learn to interpolate values, discover the difference between dependent and independent variables, and more.
Molecular Workbench™ (MW) delivers visual, interactive simulations for learning science and engineering.
Molecular Workbench is award-winning Java-based software that offers hundreds of simulations ready for classroom use. It is also a modeling tool for teachers and students to create their own simulations and share them with collaborators.
Next-Gen Molecular Workbench
Now you can use our award-winning molecular simulations anytime, anywhere with the new HTML5-based version of MW.
Next-Generation Molecular Workbench provides visual, interactive computational experiments that run on the Web, thanks to the power of HTML5. Now you can easily add interactives to any web page or learning management system.
SageModeler is an intuitive web-based modeling tool for students to design, test, and refine models.
Students can use SageModeler as a diagramming tool, then define relationships between factors and run simulations without writing equations or programing. SageModeler uses CODAP to allow students to compare their model output with other data sets.
SmartGraphs apps for iOS and Android teach linear equations, quadratic equations, exponential functions, and more.
Learn algebra using 19 graph-related activities on four key topics: linear equations, quadratic equations, transformations of functions, and exponential functions. Apply algebraic concepts using both real-world problems and “pure” math.