Ten Ways to Use Google Earth in Your Classroom – It’s Not Just for Social Studies – Education Article

Subscribe to get my tip of the week sent directly to you at the start of the week. Success! Please check your email to confirm your subscription. (If you’re using a school-issued email address, you may need to check your junk folder). <!– This is a random-length HTML comment: whcwzasqonvqornjhpepufkxpyduvydsdfiwmqpmlvhdqetrevrazxmeirtmsdirckkjhnuxxjetejitnwuthpizyebwvwbwflgdgbmjnabdxvolmpcftqvcqchjhlxascgeqdrstdtxrixidvoqawwydnflxvfxdmpbypbdwtuafmotzthlnwbrbilhdqkyiqakmorpu… This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Richard Byrne Read Full Article

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Six Spring & Summer PD Opportunities With Me – Education Article

Greetings from Maine where almost all of the snow has melted and the grass is turning green! Now that I can see the grass I’m thinking about my spring and summer plans. Part of those plans include hosting online and in-person professional development events. I’d love to have you join me for one of them. 5 Video Projects for Almost Every Classroom This is a one-hour webinar that I’m hosting on Tuesday, April 30th. This webinar introduces you to five…

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Earth Day trends and more – Education Article

It’s Earth Day—take a walk with us. First, let’s dig into issues taking root in Search. Ahead of Earth Day, “solar energy,” “drought” and “endangered species” climbed in popularity this week. Meanwhile, people are looking for ways their own actions can make a positive impact. The top “how to recycle” searches were for plastic, paper, batteries, plastic bags, and styrofoam. And around the world, trending queries about Earth Day were “how many trees will be saved by recycling?” and “which…

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