Last week I held a webinar titled 5 Google Earth & Maps Projects for Social Studies. After the webinar I realized that there was a lot more that people wanted to know about using Google Earth and Google Maps in social studies lessons. That’s why I put together a new on-demand course titled A Crash Course in Google Earth & Maps for Social Studies.
A Crash Course in Google Earth & Maps for Social Studies contains more than two hours of instruction divided into eight self-paced modules. In addition to the nuts and bolts of how to use Google Earth some of the things you’ll learn in this course include how to create virtual tours, how to map datasets, how layer maps and images for comparisons, and how students can collaborate on Google Earth projects.
- The cost for this course is $27. Registration fees from my Practical Ed Tech courses make it possible to keep FreeTech4Teachers.com and my free Practical Ed Tech newsletter going.
- This course is designed for teachers of grades 3-12 (ages 9 to 18). Who use Windows computers, Mac computers, or Chromebooks in their classrooms.
- When you register you will have immediate access to all of the course modules for one year. You can go back through the modules as many times as you’d like during the year.
- Group registration is available. Email richard (at) byrne.media to learn more.