The exhibit includes 95 collapsing A-frame easels with the panels mounted. They are stored and transported in an 18 foot trailer and pulled by a truck or SUV. The trailer also contains tools, spare parts and an instruction manual for set-up and take-down.
Fifteen Billion Years in the Life . . A breathtaking, vibrantly illustrated history of the universe. “A valuable new way to conceive of the immensity of geological time and of organic evolution that has occurred within it. It has broad appeal to the public and will be a useful guide for science educators as well.”–E. O. Wilson.
“My Walk Through Time was an unforgettable experience, awe-inspiring, and humbling…rich in scientific fact and unexpectedly, exquisite humor.”–Jane Goodall.
- Original Release Date (Year): 1997
- Used by people who call the work: Big History, Story of the Universe, The New Story
- Applies a deep time evolutionary perspective to: Ecology/Sustainability, Education, Religion/Spirituality
- Learning Stages: Adult Education, Higher Education, Lifelong, Middle 6 - 8, Secondary 9 - 12
- Type: Other
- Keywords: Walking Documentary, Time, Evolution, Life, Earth
- Why I love this Resource: It's a unique and profound learning experience. Just imagine walking a mile on a scale of one foot represents a million years. At the end of the Walk the last tenth of an inch is the whole of recorded history.
- Link to Resource: Click here
- Posted By: Geoff Ainscow
- Date Added: March 18, 2014