I’ve played around a little with Google Earth over the years, but haven’t really looked at it seriously. Since I may be teaching Geography to English Language Learners next year for the first time in awhile, though, I thought it was time for me to get more familiar with it.
I thought readers might be interested in the sites I’m finding helpful.
Here are my choices for The Best Resources For Google Earth Beginners Like Me:
Google Earth Basics is from the Google Earth Blog.
Beginner Tutorials come from Google Earth itself.
Google Earth 6: Beginner’s Tutorial 1 is a useful YouTube video.
Advanced features and tutorials: Google Earth tutorials is from Google Earth.
Google Earth 101 for Educators comes from Teaching Hacks.
Crafting Stories with Google Earth is from The National Writing Project.
Tour Builder now makes it pretty easy to create your own custom tours on Google Earth.
Google Earth comes to the classroom with new educational tours and lesson plans comes from TechCrunch.
Ten Ways to Use Google Earth In Your Classroom – Handout is from Richard Byrne.
The redesigned Google Earth app arrives on iOS is from TechCrunch.
Ten Ways to Use Google Earth In Your Classroom is from Practical Ed Tech.
Create your own 3D still and animated content with @GoogleEarth’s satellite and aerial imagery. Learn more about what’s inside the Google Earth Studio → https://t.co/i90YRgTmSP #GoogleEdu pic.twitter.com/Ca3ogUkDqW
— Google for Education (@GoogleForEdu) June 7, 2019
Taking Tour Builder to new heights with Google Earth is from Google.
Google has unveiled some big changes to Google Earth. Read about it in their posts, Time flies in Google Earth’s biggest update in years and in 3 ways Liza Goldberg uses Timelapse to explore the planet.
Here’s a video about it:
Five Google Earth Features for Teachers is from Richard Byrne.
How to Create an Around the World With Google Earth Tour is from Richard Byrne.
Record a Tour in Google Earth is from Richard Byrne.
Feedback on this topic are welcome!