Teachers brainstormed ways the tool could be used in the classroom for different subjects: One Spanish teacher imagined herself doing a virtual tour using the map while telling her students stories about national heroes; an art teacher suggested a Play-Doh sculpting activity based on the app’s images; and a math teacher wanted to use the app for test questions, such as calculating the area between a set of sculpture points.
We at Mobility Labs find it very rewarding to see how the tools we build are helping teachers think creatively about their educational content, turning the classroom into a more dynamic, entertaining learning space.
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