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Virtual Explorations and Field Trips with Google Tools

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Overview

While Google is widely known for tools such as its search engine, Google Docs, Google Drive, and Gmail, many of its lesser known tools can be just as useful for teachers. This webinar will cover several of the street-view products that provide a unique, up-close view of everything from art museums to the Great Barrier Reef to the White House and more! Join Jerry Swiatek as he shares these tools and explores how they can be used in the classroom for almost any subject. Learn how to open your classroom and virtually travel to physical, historical, and cultural locations and landmarks with your students like never before!

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Tuesday, April 14, 2020 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Basics, Virtual Learning
Tags: art, Google, Google street view tools, googleartproject, history, museums, science, social studies, virtual field trips

Reviews (256)

Full Member
 
Great!! Thank you
Full Member
 
WOW! Cant' wait to explore and try this out with my students. Thank you!
Full Member
 
LOVE IT!!!! Very informative!! thank you!
Basic Member
 
I love this video and I am excited to see how my first grade students will react to me using the field trip tools. Thank you
Full Member
 
Thank you. Very informative.
 
Nice work.
Full Member
 
I watched this on 4/14 but transcript still says not attempted. It was so good, that I'm going to watch it again and hope it credits me this time!
Basic Member
 
I will be doing this soon! Thank you!
Full Member
 
Very informative...trying to incorporate new things into my PreK-5 library. Loved to hear about the Google Lit Trips! Am definitely going to check that out! Thanks
 
Lots of helpful tools! Virtual field trips are an amazing tool for so many children who don't have the opportunity to travel...the guided tour is way more educational that a family outing.
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