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Melissa Seifman

Sketchup: Apartment Design in Elementar... - 0 views

  • my nine year old daughter
    • Melissa Seifman
      Yes... even younger and younger students can start to learn 3D modeling for computational thinking
  • It was hard to keep away my oldest daughter, who is 12, so we could finish.
  • It was hard to keep away my oldest daughter, who is 12, so we could finish.   Taylor told her teacher what she did and asked if I could bring in my Lap Top to show her. She asked if I would show the whole class as well.
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  • Sketchup is remarkably user-friendly! Technology in the classroom is a great tool... it motivates students, stimulates learning, and often levels the playing field. Sketchup is a terrific example... there were gasps of delight and exclamations of enthusiasm as Brian demonstrated just a few of the basics. We all wondered why we had spent so much time with pencil and paper... this looked to be a whole lot more fun and more versatile. Needless to say, every child wanted to try it and they were all able to quickly master a few simple steps with Brian's guidance. I think they would have gladly designed an entire city had we given them time!"
    • Melissa Seifman
      visual and interesting to today's digital learners
  • As a teacher, I saw a multitude of curriculum connections; geometry, measurement, logic, problem solving, art, perspective... the list goes on and on.
    • Melissa Seifman
      Multiple cognates and higher levels of learning
Roland Gesthuizen

Free Technology for Teachers: 17th Century London in 3D - 0 views

    "Google Earth's Street View, 3D imagery, and historical imagery is good for showing students what London looked like in the 20th Century and today. But if you want to show students what London looked like in the 17th Century you'er going to have to go looking for some historical maps and drawings."
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