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Interactive simulations in the classroom

Discussion in 'Design and technology' started by PeterTom, Oct 31, 2015.

  1. PeterTom

    PeterTom New commenter

    Hello,

    my name is Peter and we are creating interactive simulations / visualizations that can help explain how things work - for example car parts and car systems can be explained in 3D. We think it is much more interesting and engaging than images or articles, and cheaper than solid models.

    But I would like to ask teachers here, what do they think about simulations, if it would be helpful for them and make education more interactive.

    You can find simulations here: http://explain3d.com/

    Thank you.

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