One of many major ways in which I have been capable of preserve Free Know-how for Academics going for the final couple of years is thru the registration charges for my Sensible Ed Tech webinars and programs. I have not held one in 2021. That can change tomorrow after I host 5 Google Earth & Maps Initiatives for Social Research.
On this webinar on March 2nd at 4pm ET I’ll define 5 social research initiatives that make the most of Google Maps and Google Earth to assist college students make discoveries and to display what they’ve discovered. These initiatives could be tailored to be used in elementary college (grades 3-5), center college, and highschool settings.
5 Issues You Can Study in This Webinar:
1. Learn how to create multimedia maps.
2. Learn how to construct, report, and publish digital excursions.
3. How college students can collaborate remotely with Google Earth and Google Maps.
4. Learn how to map knowledge, evaluate knowledge units, and evaluate previous and current imagery.
5. Choices for multimedia mapping with college students who don’t have electronic mail or Google accounts.
When Is It? What’s Included? How A lot?
- Tuesday, March 2nd at 4pm ET.
- Sure, it is going to be recorded for individuals who register upfront.
- Recording entry shall be despatched to all who register upfront.
- Undertaking information sheets.
Copy of slides.
- Certificates for participation.
Debra Vandyke is an associate editor for Wahu Times, focused on viral/trending stories. Before joining News Reporters, her print and digital work appeared in Vice, NPR the Gauntlet and many others. She has a master of journalism from the Texas A&M. She is based in NYC, and can be reached via her email or our contact form.