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M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro
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M&L 2012 - 3D and learning - by Mantovani, Porcaro

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  • 1. Learning in theThird dimension by Davide MarcoMantovani Porcaro 14-15 November 2012 Flemish Ministry of Education HQ, Brussels
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  • 5. Whats 3D Learning?- Exploring knowledge through a new dimension- Understand shapes- Feel the differences- Manipulate points of view
  • 6. Examples
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  • 10. Its effective?- Teachers can rely on high quality material supportingthe most difficult concepts. They no longer have tomake abstract or immaterial examples, they can referto an actual model.- Students can understand and deeply explore the mostcomplicated topics. They virtually experience things ina more fun way.
  • 11. How can be negative?- There is the risk that the teachers lose the quality ofsynthesizing verbally explanations.- Students may loose some imagination and the abilityto focus on intangible concepts.They may miss the virtual system at the time of homereview, without developing the ability to solveproblems and know-how.
  • 12. source: http://www.uleduneering.com/How it should be?
  • 13. source: http://www.uleduneering.com/How it should be?- The interface should be touchable and reactive. Ithas to be an high quality device, so as not to beperceived as a barrier between the student and thesubject of study.- Models should be so treated as to be scientificallycorrect and dynamic, animated or mutable.- This system should not replace traditional teachingtechniques, but strengthen them significantly.
  • 14. source: http://www.uleduneering.com/It may be worldwide?We all know that the attribute "the whole world"mainly related to technology is not possible and it isuniversally known that phenomenon called digitaldivide.What kind of effects could have this kind ofenhancement in the education of only a few countriesor geographical areas? Would be insignificant?
  • 15. Discussion

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