ChronoQuest 3D Interactive, Augmented Reality Timeline

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Source
Hamilton Buhl
Date Released/Updated
Subject (s)
History-World,
History-U.S.,
Type
AR Items,
Platform(s)
Android,
iPhone,
iPad,
Grade Level(s)
K-12,
Curriculum Available
Yes
Cost
Paid

Meet ChronoQuest™ – the highly imaginative, knowledge-based learning experience ideal for today’s screen-loving students! And, out-of-the-box, ready for teachers.

Created by technologists, informed by educators, ChronoQuest™ uses Augmented Reality to shed exciting new light on history. Century-by-century, students quest through time learning about, even adding to, history’s past!

ChronoQuest™ Timelines are pre-programmed and regularly updated with content from six subjects for immediate fun, active, and participation learning.

All you need is the FREE ChronoQuest™ app available both for iOS and Android devices. Once the ChronoQuest™ app is on your handheld device, simply aim it anywhere on the timeline to see “CHRONOS” pop out at you. Interact with CHRONOS by tapping to visit a web link, or double tap to watch a related video!

ChronoQuest Timeline

With the available curriculum guides and lesson plans from ChronoQuest™, teachers will easily engage students in a new way of learning from Literature to Science and everything in between.

Along with the pre-programmed content, ChronoQuest™ is specially-developed to let teachers and students customize and add Augmented Reality CHRONOS content to the timeline! With step-by-step instructions students and teachers are shown how they can code new content and make history!

ChronoQuest™ makes all subjects more fun and engaging to learn. It's a great project based learning tool. With one timeline, teachers can create limitless quests in Humanities, Literature, Science, Civics, Political History, Technology, Arts - any subject!

It’s simple to MAKE HISTORY with ChronoQuest™!
 

The teacher's guide comes with sample lessons from five different Integrated Learning Concepts: 1) Project-Based Learning; 2) Student-Led Presentations; 3) Co-Teaching Across Subjects; 4) Brain-Mapping; 5)  Student-Centered Learning Content Delivery Tool.  The website also lists two example lessons aligned to California and NY standards.
 

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