This is part two of our Google Earth sessions. Students can use the tool to explore natural features, historical monuments and characteristics of cities. The greatest power of this tool lies in its ability to promote inquiry-based research and collaborative action. Join us for a session on how to create placemarks to share and collaborate using a tool that can be integrated into almost any discipline.
Presenter: Thomas Cooper
Date: March 23, 2009
Series: 21st Century Fellows Tools Series
About this series
Have you been hearing about great Web 2.0 tools from your fellow Powerful Learning Practice team members and wondering how you’ll ever get around to learning to use them? Well, here’s your chance to get the basics on a few with our Powerful Learning Practice Fellow Tools Series. Some of our 21st Century Fellows have volunteered to lead 45-minute Elluminate sessions on their favorite Web 2.0 tools for all Community members.
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