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Martin Burrett

Video: The Animated History of Spain - 31 views

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    "A brief animated history of Spain over the past 2000 years, including multiple invasions, exploration and cultural upheaval."
Martin Burrett

Mapswipe - 51 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

Beaches At Risk - 11 views

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    A superb collection of coastal erosion & other resources from the University of Sussex.
Terry Smith

Beyond Borders - National Geographic Society - 36 views

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    The overall theme of this teacher-tested unit is using maps to understand borders and their impacts in Europe. The materials will help your middle school students to use maps to think about how borders intersect physical and human geographical features, and how those intersections can lead to cooperation and/or conflict. The educator resources provided in the unit include maps, multimedia, and case studies that will enable students to develop skills in map analysis and apply that analysis to specific situations. Other parts of the unit will invite you and your students to explore similar cases in Europe and your own community.
Martin Burrett

Global Elevation - 58 views

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    Geography mapping tool to see the elevation of the land. Move your cursor across the chart to view where that point is on the map.
Rhona Polonsky

connected classroom - 47 views

Hi Patricia, I would be interested. I am a MS librarian at the American International School in Johannesburg, South Africa. The only problem is time. Maybe we could share info another way: facebook...

connected classroom geography

Kathleen Howard DaQuanno

Tennessee Geographic Alliance - Home - 17 views

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    The Tennessee Geographic Alliance, Inc., is a non-profit educational organization fostering collaboration among college and university geographers, teachers in kindergarten through twelfth grades,...
Martin Burrett

What 3 Words - 78 views

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    An intriguing site which has split the whole world into 3 metre by 3 metre squares and assigned 3 words to label that coordinate, giving addresses to millions around the world who don't have an official address, or making a meeting point more accuracy than a postcode. For educators, there are lots of geographic and literacy possibilities - geocaching with spelling, or writing short stories or descriptions about a real location including the words. The site can be viewed in many different European languages meaning there are MFL possibilities too."
David Howard

Views - Google Maps - 26 views

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    Google Views, searchable street views and 360 degree sphere photographs.
mgleesonlumen

Google My Maps - Mister Sill - 50 views

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    Jim Sill's resource for all the secrets to using My Maps
Deborah Baillesderr

Fantasy Geopolitics - 56 views

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    "Think "fantasy football for social studies, literacy standards, and world news".
    I think my students are going to love this!
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.
Martin Burrett

A Worldly Mind - 20 views

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    An Apple/Android app which aims to make you worldly by teaching you facts and figures about countries around the world. Play a quiz with your new world knowledge.
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