Virtual Tours

Due to the fact that we are in Egypt, it can be difficult to share artifacts or organise trips that relate to topics we’re teaching. Why not organise a ‘Virtual Tour?’ Check out this website for ideas: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2014/01/20-wonderful-online-museums-and-sites.html or just search via Google for ‘virtual museum tours.’ I tested out the V & A Childhood Museum at http://www.revolvingpicture.com/virtual-tours/moc/ and it was easy to navigate with ‘hotspots’ providing extra information.

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2 comments

  1. Good idea! I once used a virtual tour of the Edgar Allen Poe Museum via a Webquest when teaching one of his poems so that the students could gain some contextual knowledge.

  2. I am going to link these virtual tours to the Aiming High Gifted and Talented Moodle page

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