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- History Students Uncover School’s Hidden Past
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- The Overnight Channel Swim for New Hope
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Years 7, 8 and 9 students recently experienced Goggle Expeditions - here is some more details from students who took part.
KYLE BRANDETH 9E
We thought that the google expedition was great!
It was very realistic, as if you were actually in the location we were looking at. Also the places we visited around the World, it’s possible that we would never be able to see them. For example: inside a volcano and swimming through the coral reefs. A result of this is that we got to see it as clearly as if in real life instead of learning about it in a text book.
Furthermore, we thought that the VR cardboard headsets were very easy to use, with a clear view of the place we were looking at. However, the main thing that made the experience even better was the fact that you could turn around with the headset on and see behind you, next to you, up above and below you. This helped a lot when we went to places because we saw every aspect.
What’s more is that our teacher could show us certain important features. For example: the magma chamber in a volcano and an insect in the rainforest. This helped a lot as we got directions at the characteristics that we were supposed to look at.
Also, for example; Christ the Redeemer in Rio, we got to see higher up and closer meaning that we could see every detail. This also helped with the insects in the rainforest as it showed every detail and property.
Over all the whole experience was great and we would highly recommend it to other students and schools as it brings learning to life. 9/10!!
WILL DALE 9E
My experience of google expeditions was excellent. It created a real sense of realism. We explored places; we never thought we would ever see! Also the lesson became very interactive as the person next to me would say “look at that massive whale behind you!” and “wow, that volcano is massive”
Each time a new place was shown, miss gave us a detailed talk with questions about what was going on, where we thought we were and any animals around us.