Google Announces Winners of Ancient Rome 3D Curriculum Competition

The Google Ancient Rome 3D Curriculum Competition was designed to promote the creation of new and innovative educational content using the new Ancient Rome layer in Google Earth. Prizes were awarded to those individuals who submit the best entries as
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The Google Ancient Rome 3D Curriculum Competition was designed to promote the creation of new and innovative educational content using the new Ancient Rome layer in Google Earth. Prizes were awarded to those individuals who submit the best entries as determined by the judges in accordance with these Official Rules. And the winners are:

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Grades 9-12

*Benjamin Johnson (shown here) of Hampden Academy in Hampden, Maine for his lesson, Walking in the Footsteps of the Romans

*Amy Rechtiene of Lake Norman High School in Mooreville, North Carolina for her lesson, A Tour of Rome Fit for an Emperor

* Sarah Ellery of Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville, Tennessee for her lesson, Walking with the Emperors

Grades K-8

*Cheryl Davis of Acalanes Union High School District in Lafayette, California for her lesson, Roman Holiday with the Ancients

*Jennifer Wagner of Calvary School in Windomar, California and Kathy Shields of Creek View Elementary in Alpharetta, Georgia for their lesson, Archy-the-Arch

*Ingrid Gustafson and Carol Alcusky of Sarah Gibbons Middle School in Westborough, Massachusetts for their lesson, The Roman Record

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