May 3

VR Adventure to the Lost City: Machu Picchu

The-Passenger_Claudia-Scanu_Peru_0104 Claudia Scanu via Compfight

This week we read about the ancient lost city of Machu Picchu! We took a Google Expedition to Machu Picchu using our VR goggles and explored the ruins of Peru. What an amazing, beautiful, site the ancient Inca culture left us with. 

We took the time to venture in CultureGrams to learn more about the Peruvian culture and how it compares and contrast with our American culture we all know so well. One of the highlights of our trip was filling out our See, Think, Wonder reflections. Please take the time to visit our infographics or our reflections and leave a comment for my students to reply to. 


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Posted May 3, 2017 by Mr. Geiman in category Uncategorized

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My name is Adam Geiman and I was born and raised in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. I graduated from Millersville University with a Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education and Philadelphia University with a Masters of Science in Instructional Design and Technology. I am a soon-to-be father of a beautiful baby daughter and have been married to my best friend for three years. I have been teaching for 13 years; 10 of them in Eastern York School District and the past 3 years at Eastern Lancaster County School District. Besides teaching, I am passionate about learning educational technology, Philadelphia sports, traveling, and cooking.

27 thoughts on “VR Adventure to the Lost City: Machu Picchu

  1. eyad

    Hi my name is Eyad from Qatar International School.

    1. I really liked that you talked about vr because i want to learn more about it.

    2.What was your favourite part of the video.

    3. Maybe next time talk more about machu picchu.

  2. Abdulrahman,Qatar International School

    Hi, I am Abdulrahman from QIS. I really enjoyed reading your blog. I didn’t even know that this existed.

    How long has it existed?

    Maybe you can explain more about the people that lived there


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