Using Google Earth for Remote Teaching
Tuesday, June 16th at 1 PM Eastern
About this Webinar:
Google Earth is a powerful, but easy-to-use platform for virtually exploring natural features around the globe. The capability to create and share custom content for Google Earth has resulted in an abundance of presentations, exercises, and virtual field trips that are available to educators. This webinar will help you integrate Google Earth into remote Earth science courses by providing background on the tool and examples of its use in geoscience classes.
In addition to the regular webinar overviewing Google Earth’s options, capabilities, and use cases, the presenters will do a follow up hands-on session two days later that will give participants a chance to work through some Google Earth activities themselves in a mentored (virtual) setting. This is a great opportunity to learn to use Google Earth the way your students would use it.
This webinar is offered by the Geological Society of America and the National Association of Geoscience Teachers. IRIS is a promotional partner for this webinar series.
Steve Whitmeyer, James Madison University
Andrew Laskowski, Montana State University