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Google Earth as a Classroom Tool

I'm holding an online course on Nov. 10-12 through Knowplace on using Google Earth as a classroom tool. Here is a more detailed view of the course as well as registration instructions for this Open Weekend. There is no cost to this course. So please come by if you are interested in using Google Earth in the K12 classroom or would like to learn more about it.

I posted my first online video to youtube as a response to Alan Levine's keynote address at the K12OnlineConference. That lead me to start using google video to post a clip for the Google Earth open weekend course. Push your comfort limits and you never know what you can do.

I'll embed the Google Earth video introduction below. Hope to see you at the course:

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  1. November 21st, 2006 | 12:26 am

    Vanavond om 18.00 uur Nederlandse tijd start er een online (weekend) cursus: “Google Earth as a Classroom Tool”. Deze cursus wordt verzorgd door de Canadees Quentin d’Souza, bekend van Teaching Hacks.com. Op zijn weblog vind je al veel meer les ideeën voor het gebruik van Google Earth in de klas. De cursus wordt gegeven binnen Moodle, dus als je meedoet sla je

    Vanavond om 18.00 uur Nederlandse tijd start er een online (weekend) cursus: “Google Earth as a Classroom Tool”. Deze cursus wordt verzorgd door de Canadees Quentin d’Souza, bekend van Teaching Hacks.com. Op zijn weblog vind je al veel meer les ideeën voor het gebruik van Google Earth in de klas. De cursus wordt gegeven binnen Moodle, dus als je meedoet sla je

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  • November 13th, 2006 | 3:11 am

    Google Earth as a Classroom Tool

    Google Earth as a Classroom Tool

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  • November 4th, 2006 | 7:56 pm

    TEACHING HACKS, has produced a useful video introduction to using GOOGLE EARTH in the classroom. http://www.eyespot.com/ is a new site allowing you to edit video online – could make little Google Earth movies of placemarks that have been located, or for starters to

    TEACHING HACKS, has produced a useful video introduction to using GOOGLE EARTH in the classroom. http://www.eyespot.com/ is a new site allowing you to edit video online – could make little Google Earth movies of placemarks that have been located, or for starters to

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  • Google Earth Blog
    November 4th, 2006 | 1:49 pm

    regularly read Google Earth Blog know I believe it is an excellent tool for education. Quentin D’Souza writes TeachingHacks.com and has announced he will be releasing a video tutorial on using Google Earth as a classroom tool on Nov. 10-12. Read the details here. He also has a sample video summarizing some of his thoughts about using GE for education. Quentin describes himself as a “computer geek” with an interest in using the latest technologies for teaching. Hence, he is now using YouTube and Google Video

    regularly read Google Earth Blog know I believe it is an excellent tool for education. Quentin D’Souza writes TeachingHacks.com and has announced he will be releasing a video tutorial on using Google Earth as a classroom tool on Nov. 10-12. Read the details here. He also has a sample video summarizing some of his thoughts about using GE for education. Quentin describes himself as a “computer geek” with an interest in using the latest technologies for teaching. Hence, he is now using YouTube and Google Video

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  • Le Blogue du CFM de Guadalajara
    November 4th, 2006 | 12:10 pm

    [IMG ] Dust Storm off Alaska, sur Earth Observatory Floods in East Africa, sur Earth Observatory Google Earth as a Classroom Tool, sur Teaching Hacks Haze over Eastern China, sur Earth Observatory Mouvement brownien: redécouverte et tests d’une théorie “perdue”, sur Techno-Science Observer le reflet de la Terre dans chaque caillou de la Lune…

    [IMG ] Dust Storm off Alaska, sur Earth Observatory Floods in East Africa, sur Earth Observatory Google Earth as a Classroom Tool, sur Teaching Hacks Haze over Eastern China, sur Earth Observatory Mouvement brownien: redécouverte et tests d’une théorie “perdue”, sur Techno-Science Observer le reflet de la Terre dans chaque caillou de la Lune…

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  • AnthroSpace
    November 10th, 2006 | 4:38 pm

    Below are a few pointers. Google suggests: http://www.google.com/educators/p_earth.html This is k12: http://www.teachinghacks.com/2006/11/03/google-earth-as-a-classroom-tool/ From the Google Earth blog: http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2006/08/back_to_school.html

    Below are a few pointers. Google suggests: http://www.google.com/educators/p_earth.html This is k12: http://www.teachinghacks.com/2006/11/03/google-earth-as-a-classroom-tool/ From the Google Earth blog: http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2006/08/back_to_school.html

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