Empowered students are virtually limitless.

Students as creators and problem-solvers

Student-centered learning is at the heart of everything we do. We want students to be the creative drivers of their own learning. Four years of international project-based learning research allows us to synthesize best practices from literally across the world.

Exposure to emerging technology

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here, and students need to be prepared to work with new technologies. Our virtual-reality platform doesn't just expose students to emerging technology, but invites them to take ownership of it.

Experiential learning, anywhere

Students learn the best and remember the most when they actually create things themselves. While we can't send students to study abroad for everything they need to learn, we give them the next best thing.

Collaboration is the future

The challenges our next generation will face will require collaborating in diverse teams. We believe that students should start practicing that now, so we've built our model with communicative problem-solving at the center of our virtual-reality projects.

We custom build project-based lessons in virtual reality
to your classroom or school's needs.

Redshift wins $1,500 Creativity + Innovation GrantMarch 11, 2018

Virginia Tech ICAT

The Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology at Virginia Tech has chosen Redshift as part of a new initative in supporting Creativity+Innovation student teams. As part of the grant, Redshift will present at the ICAT Creativity and Innovation Day on April 30.

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Redshift is a finalist for the VT E-Challenge! March 1, 2018

VT KickStart Update

The Virginia Tech Entrepreneur Challenge is a campus-wide, student startup competition for a chance to win up to $60,000! The final event on March 23, 2018 features a showcase of Redshift Education, the 11 other final teams, and a high-powered lineup of keynotes and panels sharing their expertise and experience in the world of entrepreneurship.

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Seeking innovative teachers to pilot Redshift prototypeMarch 1, 2018

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We are now seeking teachers, principals, and education leaders to provide input on our minimum viable product (MVP) and to confirm their interest in our prototype.

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