SEE VOXPOP IN ACTION
EXPLORE VOXPOP ROLE-PLAYS
Voices together in learning.
VOXPOP brings civics and history to life in the classroom through media-rich, collaborative, role-playing experiences. VOXPOP's software is easy to deploy and intuitive to use. Teachers spend less time on planning and set-up and more time fostering active learning. VOXPOP's immersive, live-action role-plays give students a chance to explore different perspectives and work together to navigate defining moments in American History.
VOXPOP GIVES YOU THE MECHANICS TO
Integrate the power of
role-play into your classroom through a new and easy-to-use digital experience.
Give every student a voice to support productive dialogue and shared learning.
Make civics lessons relevant, engaging and unifying.
WHAT TEACHERS SAY
“Every student should have some VOXPOP in their life. You’re critically thinking, you’re experiencing empathy, you’re learning communication skills...in one 90 minute session! How can you put a value to that?”
— Tamara Gordon, Social Studies Teacher
Centennial Academy, Atlanta, GA
Fall 2020 - Role-play content development and playtesting.
Spring 2021 - VOXPOP role-plays released in alpha. Research on learning outcomes.
Fall 2021 - Public VOXPOP Launch! Our five core role-plays will be available to teachers, for free, in beta.
Come meet our team and experience VOXPOP!
NCSS Annual Conference
December 4-6, 2020
Stop by our exhibitor booth at the 2020 National Council for the Social Studies Conference! We'll host two live demos of our Pullman Strike role-play.
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more great social studies
As part of the Social Studies Innovation Network, VOXPOP is proud to be part of a new guide created to help teachers find innovative content to teach social studies in their physical (and digital!) K-12 classrooms.
These programs are backed by research demonstrating their feasibility for implementation and promise for supporting student learning. They were funded by the American people through federal grants. The guide features 13 distance-learning resources covering a broad range of topics.