We can all agree that one of the most powerful ways of learning is seeing something with your own eyes. Touching it, smelling it. Directly using your senses to examine the object or process.
During lessons, it’s often hard or almost impossible to accomplish. For instance, an elephant would hardly fit into your classroom and you would probably have to break some laws to get it there. Similar goes with chemistry, where some chemical reactions are indeed spectacular when demonstrated but at the same time a bit dangerous. All schools also don’t really have the equipment.
Show students a wide range of chemical reactions without any danger.
There’s a simple save for that. The elephant can become a part of your classroom as one of 1000+ interactive 3D models available on Lifeliqe. And if you really want to show your students a chemical reaction but you don’t want to set your classroom on fire or blow it up? Lifeliqe has a great set of videos showing spectacular and interesting chemical processes without any danger. The only thing you have to do is not try to replicate the experiments.
With Lifeliqe you can see why it wasn’t really a good idea to fill up the first airships with hydrogen because one of our videos will show you how easily and ferociously hydrogen explodes. An experiment with gunpowder will explain just what happens in the gun cartridge when the trigger is pulled. One of the videos also demonstrates why we should keep away from concentrated sulphuric acid, be careful!
But the use of videos doesn’t stop there. You can take your device with Lifeliqe and turn it into augmented reality camera! Choose a model you like or you’re just talking about in your lesson, place it where you want with the augmented reality feature and start recording. Let your students get creative and have fun. We can already see the lightbulb moments lighting up!
Lifeliqe is so much more than a library of interactive 3D models. It’s a complex tool for your STEM lessons that is able to help educators provide hours and hours of super-engaging and valuable learning. Try it for yourself, it’s free for one month!