The school product is designed to make the teacher the center of the action and to give students their own space to explore and solve puzzles. There is a specific virtual environment for teachers to use to present vivid historical places and detailed artefacts. It's like bringing distant museums into the classroom.
Students can then log-on and experience a set of exciting quest adventures. They can play these quests in the school or even at home via a browser. As the explore they are able to collect items of interest and drop them into their online notebook, which can be reviewed later or even shared with family.
Quest History comes with new lesson plans and teaching suggestions to aid teachers in taking advantage of this innovative media resource.
The Timeline Jumble app for iPad challenges players to properly sequence a set of historical event cards that are out of order.
The Timeline Jumble card decks are developed with the support of leading historians and educators.
Of course the card are a lot more fun to play with than the physical flashcards that student make on their own or buy in the bookshop.
The Timeline Jumble cards pop-up and special bonus cards reveal multi-media content and 3D models.