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Martin Burrett

NatGeo Mapmaker - 32 views

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    "A great map making site from National Geographic with a bank of ready made layers with data about wildlife, the environment, and human development."
Glenn Hervieux

Nat Geo MapMaker Kits - National Geographic Society - 34 views

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    Complete set of 11 map kits that students and teachers can use. Easy to assemble. The kits offer United States political and physical maps, world political and physical maps, maps of Asia, Africa, Europe, North and South America, Australia and Oceania, polar region maps, and maps of New England.
Glenn Hervieux

Americas MapMaker Kit - National Geographic Society - 18 views

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    Could be student projects or teacher made. Easy to print and assemble.
Martin Burrett

Mapswipe - 53 views

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    "Want to explore the world through maps and help with humanitarian work at the same time? Map remote locations to help the Red Cross and Medecins Sans Frontieres and do just that!"
Martin Burrett

myHistro - 37 views

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    A superb history tool which combines timelines, maps, text and media, such as videos and audio. A great way to add depth to the story of past events.
Lauren Rosen

Historypin - Activities and Downloadable Resources - 40 views

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    Ideas for integrating HistoryPin
Aidan Rowe

Create Site Maps | Gliffy - 55 views

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    "A site map lets you take a closer look at the pages in your site and how they lead into each other, whether you want a guide to post on your site or a concept diagram to present to stakeholders."
mgleesonlumen

Google My Maps - Mister Sill - 50 views

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    Jim Sill's resource for all the secrets to using My Maps
Jac Londe

Chrome Experiments - Experiments - 65 views

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    Some times some brilliant peaple invents new manners to see the world and make us understand more easily abstracts concepts.
Gerald Carey

The Berlin Wall fell 25 years ago, but Germany is still divided - The Washington Post - 21 views

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    A good site show how maps of different population data can be used to compare to formerly distinct populations
Martin Burrett

Using Online Maps in your teaching - 92 views

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    Great set of tools and ideas for using maps to take students to places there may never visit in reality.
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