A versatile learning system originally created for language instruction, The Interleaf Platform can be used to create lessons for any subject including STEM course materials

  • Interleaf technology uses a unique process that lets content developers upload multimedia files, segment the audio and video into discrete parts and then create activities based on the media. 


  • The audio, video and transcript are automatically synchronized as the content developer creates segments.


  • Lessons involve students listening, watching videos, reading transcripts and completing a variety of interactive tasks revolving around the media content.  

A screenshot of a fill-in-the-blank English lesson created with the Interleaf platform.  This lesson is based on a SeaWorld video you can see by clicking here.

  • Instructors can customize lessons in any subject.  Interleaf supports foreign language input for left-to-right and right-to-left languages as well as Korean, Japanese and Chinese.

  • Students can play and replay  the media and can slow down or speed up the playback rate to isolate sounds as small as a word or even a syllable, so they can completely understand what is being said. 


  • Instructors can embed a wide range of activities in the transcript including fill-in-the-blank or cloze (words, phrases or sentences), multiple choice, true-false and short answer/essay questions about the content.

This screenshot shows the instructor’s view of a Russian fill-in-the-blank and translation activity.

  • Lessons designed with Interleaf allow instructors to design differentiated learning to fit the needs of mixed level classrooms with scaffolded activities and by adding hints, comments, and hyperlinks for background information or research.


  • Using Interleaf lessons, students can work at their own pace, focus on their own problem spots and re-listen/reread as needed.

  • Students work independently and employ learning preferences they are comfortable with.

In the lesson shown above, the student is challenged to understand and properly interpret the meaning of the English idiom “it slipped my mind.”

In the lesson shown above, the student is challenged to answer questions based on video content.

  • The Interleaf platform provides a sophisticated media playback system that is very responsive and provides superior media and text navigation. This feature allows instructors to customize lessons and reduces student frustration when completing activities.


  • Lessons designed with Interleaf provide the opportunity for students to work with grammar and vocabulary in action instead of completing canned textbook exercises or listening to a lecture.


  • The media playback system also enables focused reading and listening and increases attention to detail resulting in deeper learning

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