Map & Pivot


Three Steps to seamlessly support course design, instruction, and academic engagement across face-to-face, hybrid, online, and emergency remote formats 


Higher Education and K-12 Education

United States & Worldwide


Make the Immeasurable Measurable

Quantify Student Workload and Engagement in alignment with the Credit Hour & Notional Hour

What's in Your Course?

Too much?

Too little?



All-in-One Application

INTERACT123 is a cloud-based application designed for faculty, teachers, and instructional designers to support teaching, active learning, assessment, and feedback across learning formats, including face-to-face, hybrid, online, and emergency remote teaching.


The INTERACT123 application enables educators to:

  • Transform teaching, learning, and assessment in just three steps using innovative drop down options to showcase instruction, engagement, assessment, feedback, alternative equivalencies, and integrated Universal Design for Learning across learning formats.

  •  Calculate, manage, and monitor student workload using interactive dashboard displays and generated lesson plans that align with assigned credit hours and notional hours.

  • Pivot course design and instruction quickly and seamlessly from face-to-face to hybrid or online keeping alignment with credit hours and student learning outcomes.

  • Integrate three types of interaction (Instructor-Student, Student-Content, Student-Student) into all courses to support engagement and student learning outcomes.

  • Utilize the detailed course conspectus generated for each course to prepare for accreditation, licensure, and substantive change. 

Pivotal Pedagogy

Teaching and learning that actively engages students in educational experiences through instruction, active learning, assessment, alternative equivalencies, and feedback building upon  theory and practice to support comprehension, application, and transfer of learning seamlessly across learning formats (face-to-face, hybrid, online, emergency remote teaching) in alignment with student learning outcomes.

Universal Design for Learning

Learning and transfer of learning occur through

multiple means of representation, engagement, and action and expression.

"There is no single way a brain will perceive, engage with, or execute a task. Variability is not just an important consideration for thinking about differences between students, but also within students in different contexts," (CAST, 2018)

Multiple Means of


Multiple Means of



Multiple Means of


Action &  Expression

“This tool is vitally important. There is a big gap in faculty time estimate and actual student time for completion of these assignments.”