My students need Google Cardboard to navigate through Google Expeditions, as well as other virtual reality tours. It really is bringing the content to life. The Logitech clicker will help them present their student-created tours.
I have the most incredible 7th graders in the world. They have a passion for learning, and strive to learn more. They are thoughtful, spunky, and are the reason I got into teaching in the first place! Through the content of English Language Arts, they find ways to use creative and imaginative thinking, coupled in with learning the skills that will help them successful in their ambitions.
My students yearn to use technology in engaging ways, and want to create demonstrations of their knowledge and skills.
We use Chromebooks quite frequently, but bringing the content to life for them would be so amazing for them!!!
By having the ability to use Virtual Reality and Virtual Field Trips in the classroom, students will be able to see the content. The Google Cardboards allow students to use any device to act as the tour. They will have an engaging time by experiencing what life was like during the time periods we are studying. For instance, they will be able to tour Charles Dickens's house, and tour London at Christmas time during the Industrial Revolution in preparation for "A Christmas Carol".
The purpose of the Logitech presentation tool is for students to present in a professional manner.
Also, students will be able to create and present their own student led tours as part of a research project. The presentation tool will prepare them in their future education, as well as their potential careers.
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