Map It! Using Google Earth & Maps in Your Content Area
EVENT # 145-13
With Google Earth and Maps, students and teachers can explore every corner of the globe including its oceans, skies and even our solar system. Combine Google Earth/Maps with most any content area to create virtual expeditions or “trips” for use in the classroom. Measure distances, produce virtual tours and create custom multimedia annotations. Whether you teach literature, science, social studies or history, Google Earth & Google Maps can engage your students in exploring our world, its people and their interactions across the planet as it relates to your content area.
Prerequisites: Intermediate computer skills.
Audience: K-12 Educators & Administrators
Presenter: Mary Fitzwater, CESA 4, Education Technology & e-Learning Director
Standards: NETS-T: 1a-, 2a-b, 3b-c, 5a
Date: February 27, 2013
Time: 9 am - 3 pm
Location: CESA #9, 304 Kaphaem Road, Tomahawk, WI 54487
Cost: $95.00 for School Improvement members (includes refreshments, lunch and materials)
$285.00 for Non-Members
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Register Online by February 13, 2013
Note: This workshop requires a minimum of 20 participants
CESA Contact: Dawn Nordine