Jeg håber at skolelærere og andre som underviser griber denne chance for at vise hvordan man også kan vise og lære historie. Desværre er det mit indtryk at lærere generelt er for dårlige til at gribe den nye teknologiske verdens muligheder. Børnene er helt klart klare til det - begrænsningen nu om dage er lærerne ...
I hope that teachers the world over take this uppertunity to teach history the way it's supposed to be (or could be ;-). Unfortunately my impression is that teachers in general (I can only speak for teachers in DK) aren't prepared for this new world of technological wonders. The kids are ready - the limitations are defined by the teachers ...
While we hope that teachers are already pretty excited to incorporate Ancient Rome 3D into their lessons, we wanted to go a step further and issue an open challenge to educators to harness the power of this new tool in the classroom. Today, we're proud to announce the launch of the inaugural Google lesson plan contest for K-12 educators in the US, the Ancient Rome in 3D Curriculum Competition. Whether you teach art history to high school students or geometry to fifth graders, the new visual tool can spice up lessons old and new. From a comparative architectural study using the ancient 3D models and modern Street View imagery to a new LitTrip of Virgil's Aeneid, the only limit is your imagination! [...]
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