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Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
Google earth for illinois
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  • 1. apples and cookies?
  • 2. this i s Erin
  • 3. this is J ake
  • 4. theythink history is boring
  • 5. they’re not so fond of science, math orEnglish either
  • 6. and they’re not alone
  • 7. “I have to powerdown when I get toschool.”HS student
  • 8. “Today’s studentsare no longer thepeople oureducational systemwas designed toteach.”Marc Prensky
  • 9. find abuddy!
  • 10. “If you wanted tocreate an educationalenvironment that was directly opposed towhat the brain is good at doing . . .
  • 11. “. . . you wouldprobably designsomething like amodernclassroom.”John MedinaBrain Rules
  • 12. so what?
  • 13. “If students are prepared only for thefoundational literacies of paper &pencil technologies, they will beunprepared for a future in which newliteracies are required.”Rachel KarchmerInnovative Approaches to Literacy Education: Using the Internetto Support New Literacies
  • 14. So . . . what does that look like?
  • 15. bit based
  • 16. not just tree based
  • 17. collaboratecreatecommunicate
  • 18. what’s one thing you know about Google Earth?
  • 19. what’s one thing you want to know about Google Earth?
  • 20. examplesresourcesq&atour creationreflection
  • 21. Nagasaki
  • 22. • to support hands-on inquiry• as homework assignments• for teacher presentations and class discussions• as assessments• for cross content integration
  • 23. other examples &resources?
  • 24. www.socialstudiescentral.com
  • 25. What do you like?What can you adapt?What are some possible challenges?
  • 26. Placem arks & tours create your own!
  • 27. German Coast Guard andGoogle Earth?
  • 28. I would love to hear from you!Glenn Wiebeglennw@essdack.orgsocialstudiescentral.comhistorytech.wordpress.comView presentations at:slideshare.net/glennw98

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