When was the last time you visited a skate park? What did you notice about the surrounding space? If it were up to you, what would you like to see in the park? In this lesson, students get to create their own interactive skate park in Twinmotion.
History can be even more engaging when you feel part of it! In the virtual history museum project, students share what they learn about history by navigating an interactive 3D environment built with Unreal Engine.
Full of humor, wit, and based on simple machines, Rube Goldberg inventions are described as overly complex machines comprised of a number of automated actions to solve a simple problem. Students will learn about the exciting world of physics by creating their own Rube Goldberg Machine in Fortnite Creative mode.
We all visit parks! Some are small urban neighborhood retreats, others are large city oases amid bustling traffic and dense development. As students learn how to build a park scene in Twinmotion, they'll also learn that sustainability can enhance a community's quality of life and promote the responsible management of resources.
It’s the year 1268 and the Lord and Lady have contracted you to design their manor. Give them a home suitable for the era. In this lesson, students will learn how to create a beautiful manor house and at least one additional structure as part of the manor village.
Did the novel have to end that way? If you were the author, is that the ending you would have written? In this lesson, students will have the opportunity to reimagine and rewrite the ending to a novel. They will be creating a machinima (video) in Fortnite Creative mode to share their alternate conclusion.
Let’s get visual! Breaking down historical events and understanding how history plays out can be complicated. By creating a timeline and laying out events as they happened, students will learn how to make understanding history a lot easier—and more fun too!