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EdTech News Thursday, June 14
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- Create your own Lit Trips (and more) for Google Earth
- #NotAtISTE? How To Participate In ISTE 2018 Remotely
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- Of course, beyond just Lit Trips, students can – create Google Earth tours for any subject including documenting the key locations and details in a historical battle, visiting different biomes, a tour of geometric architecture, and more.
- There are – lots of tools that can be used to create a Lit Trip or other Google Earth tour.
- In my opinion, – one of the best tools for creating Lit Trips (or other tours) is Google Tour Builder.
- Note: For resources on how to use other tools for creating Lit Trips, see the official Google Lit Trips website Tour – – – For my example in this blog post, I have created a Lit Trip for the book – Small as an Elephant using only Google Tour Builder….
- KML file in Google Earth, see my earlier blog post here: – Lit Trips on Chromebooks with the New Google Earth – – – Final Editing in Google Earth – – Although you can pretty much create the entire Lit Trip, or other tour, inside of Google Tour Builder, there…
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- Twitter is one of the best ways to monitor what is happening at ISTE thanks to the large educators who use Twitter to share what they are learning at the conference.
- Since 2014, Sue Waters and others have been curating the best information and content shared during the conference into theISTE Insights Flipboard magazine.
- She prepared her own notes by: – – Here are links to Sues Shared Google Docs for the last 4 years: – – Following in Sues footsteps, I am setting up a Google Doc this year with notes on a handful of sessions I would love to attend.
- Transfer information about each session you would have liked to attend into a Google Doc including links to the ISTE session page, presenters Twitter usernames (or websites), and a summary of the session.
- You can check out how Sue added her own reflections and notes in her shared Google Doc for ISTE 2017.
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