Teaching the History of Art and Architecture with Google Earth: National Geographic Learning's Virtual Learning Series - Shared screen with speaker view
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Denise we’ll send you a replay of the full presentation, yes!
Kristen we’ll send you a replay of the full presentation, yes!
agree - your students will be intrigued, right?
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Is your audio on your computer up all the way? We were working on his audio before the presentation
OK let me see what I can do, thank you!
Yes, Blaine you will receive an email with the recording
how do you hold students accountable for this information? What are the assessments intended for this information or how do you envision students being held accountable of this information in a high school setting?
From Stacy Rennhoff to All Panelists: 01:54 PMI assign a participation rubric and typically have my students snip what they have seen and upload to our Moodle course.
From alexlisman to All Panelists: 01:47 PMI could see this being used in stations in a high school settingespecially exploring architecture and specific art piece investigationthis of course provided a few computers are available
so glad this was helpful. good luck!
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