Google doodle has unleashed a new animation today, featuring a penguin family headed by a pelican. In a statement, Google has promised to keep these characters involved for Christmas and New year doodles to make the audience stay tuned. The doodle has a reach in major parts of the world, making it an integral part of digital education.
Here are 10 things that students and teachers can learn from Google Doodle:
- Be attentive of dates, this day in history has been significant. So reminiscing it is your duty
- An event is not something that's just theoretical. Spread the word and put your knowledge of history to use
- Visual representation of subjects can give it a better touch. Although Google homepage's key function is to serve as a search engine, adding animation makes even boring concepts interesting
- Even small events matter as they have led to major changes for the progeny. So acknowledge it
- Pay gratitude for your ancestors because we are their products
- Festivals of the world are a lore to know. So learn it with enthusiasm
- Celebrate every moment of your life because it is present (exist and gifted)
- Don't confine your thoughts. Think out of the box and induce creativity
- Be a little frivolous. Cartoons are not only for kids. Its a boon to education
- Digital learning is the trend of the era. Make the best use of it
The reach of Google Doodle is marked effectively in central and southern Africa, Europe, Australia as well as south and east Asia.