Stile in the classroom

World-class resources for direct instruction and self-paced learning.

Stile is for everyday use in the science classroom. It is purpose-built to facilitate vibrant, collaborative learning with a mixture of rich, interactive activities that go well beyond the curriculum.
Watch Stile in action (2 mins)
Stile is designed to empower teachers. Our learning resources are rigorously crafted to support evidence-based pedagogies. Our technology is crafted to help teachers, not replace them. Everything has been battle tested and refined in thousands of classrooms.
Tour of Stile in the classroom
Relevant and contextualized
Topics are taught in the context of recent science news, bringing real-world relevance to every lesson.
Every unit is guided by a relevant and relatable expert, showcasing a wide range of careers.
Engaging science news stories provide context and opportunities for collaboration and scientific discussion.
Engaging for all students
Each lesson starts with learning goals, helping students take responsibility for their learning.
Lessons are scaffolded from lower- to higher-order thinking, ensuring all students are challenged.
Interactive simulations allow students to model and run experiments.
Key insights into learning
As they work, students’ responses are automatically saved in Stile and instantly visible to the teacher.
Teachers can provide real-time feedback for their students while teaching in Stile.
Students receive more feedback, more often.
We’ve covered every topic for Years 7–10 Science
Biology
Classification
Kingdoms
Food Chains
Biodiversity
Invasive Species
Body Systems
Cells
Reproduction
The Nervous System
The Endocrine System
The Immune System
Vaccination
Microbiomes
Physics
Forces
Gravity
Levers and Gears
Inclined Planes
Energy Transformation
Light and Colour
Lenses
Sound
Radiation
Electrical Circuits
Energy Conservation
Kinematics
Newton’s Laws of Motion
Chemistry
Reversible and Irreversible Change
Mixtures
Separation Techniques
States of Matter
Elements and Compounds
Physical and Chemical Change
Atoms
Chemical Reactions
Acids and Bases
Reactions and Energy
The Periodic Table
Metals
Earth & Space
Natural Disasters
The Solar System
Seasons
Eclipses
Tides
Resources
The Water Cycle
Active Earth
Minerals
Fungi
Mass Extinctions
Comets
Earth Systems
For each topic, you’ll find a combination of
Formative and summative assessments
Experiments and projects
Skill builders
STEM career profiles
Engineering challenges
Socratic seminars
Science news
Escape room challenges
Videos
Augmented and virtual reality
Simulations and interactives
Glossary of terms
Stile in numbers
76
topics covering Australian, New Zealand and United States curricula
700+
digital science lessons and assessments. They’re printable too.
6500+
summative and formative questions, with fully worked model answers
98
pre-tested practical activities using common materials, and with risk assessments
59
career profiles of young, relatable people using their science and engineering skills
89
custom-built simulations and interactives
400+
high-quality short videos, many of which we’ve built ourselves
74
lessons focused on scientific discoveries, news and current events
1000+
word dictionary of scientific terms, crafted against the curriculum
Stile was made to augment teachers in the classroom, not sideline them
Teachers are the single most important part of a student’s education. Stile helps teachers perform at their best, saving them time and providing them with powerful learning tools.

Many online resources effectively sideline the teacher, leaving students in isolation answering volleys of lower-order questions. Stile does the opposite.

Stile puts the teacher in the driver’s seat. Stile was designed to teach with – to give teachers complete visibility over their students’ work, real-time analytics on their understanding of each concept, and the necessary tools to control the flow of the classroom. We believe that this true blended learning approach is the best way to make great use of the technology in today’s classrooms.
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