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“Speak To Go” Could Be A Fun Tool For A Student-Centered Geography Lesson

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Speak To Go is a new VR experiment from Google that lets users of Google Cardboard say the name of any landmark or address and then be able to view a 360 image of the location.

You can also use it online without a Cardboard Headset.

I’ve previously shared our experiments with VR (see Everything You Wanted To Know About How We’re Using Virtual Reality With ELLs, But Were Afraid To Ask) . I could see having students explore wherever they want some day and then explain and describe where they visited and why.  Plus, it’s great pronunciation practice for English Language Learners.

Thanks to TechCrunch for the tip.

I’m adding this info to A Beginning List Of The Best Resources On Virtual Reality In Education.

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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