WoWiWe Introduces a biology simulation called Virtual Cell. The developers have teamed with high school and university teachers to apply proper content that is relevant in high school and university instruction

Online PR News – 06-May-2013 – Fargo, ND – The best of technology and biology enter the classroom with the introduction of an immersive biology simulation, Virtual Cell, developed by WoWiWe Instruction Company. Virtual Cell is an immersive biology simulation with versions for both high school and university instruction.

“Virtual Cell offers students and faculty another means to really engage in biology,” said Brian Slator, CEO of WoWiWe Instruction Company. “We’ve designed it to align very closely with key biology topics and also provide a compelling way to explore and understand biology,” Slator said.

The simulation offers immediate benefits for students and biology instructors. For biology students, the simulation offers a game-like experience, a multi-sensory 3D environment, and tutorials. For faculty, the Virtual Cell simulation offers easy integration into any biology curriculum and provides a way to immerse students in the biology.

A number of academic studies have touted the value of integrating simulations into curriculum. “Virtual Cell provides students with the freedom of discovery with instant feedback on tasks that are required to complete modules,” said Slator. “Virtual Cell allows the student to engage and immerse themselves into the learning experience.”

Virtual Cell was recently demonstrated at the North Dakota Science Teachers Association annual meeting in Bismark, ND. Interested instructors from high schools and colleges can contact WoWiWe for a trial version. Additionally, versions are available for both the high school and university level. Single licenses as well as site licenses are also offered by the company.

About the company:
WoWiWe Instruction Company develops and markets science-based simulations for use within the classroom. The firm is headquartered in Fargo, ND. It is a member of the North Dakota Science Teachers Association. For more information contact: Bob Cosmano (701)566-0363.