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Posts Tagged ‘google earth’

Taking a Journey Without Leaving the Classroom

Posted by magnethart on May 17, 2010

A recent article in T.H.E. Journal titled ‘A Virtal Ticket to Ride” has done a great job at showcasing how teachers can create an out-of-class experience without ever leaving the classroom.  In the example given, Traci Blazosky, an elementary teacher from Clarion Elementary School in northwest Pennsylvania uses two of my favorite web tools (Glogster EDU and Google Earth) together in a way that I hadn’t thought about.  
 
Check out the article for more info.  This will definitely be something I am going to incorporate into a training later on.  

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