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### attempt on Tripline- 6 views

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There are so many innovative ways to use Google Earth with your students. Some of these may be familiar to you, but hopefully some are new and will help you improve upon a unit with your students.

### Hosting KML Content : Hosting KML Content - Google Earth Help- 10 views

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Instructions on how to use Google Docs storage area to host your KML file so you can embed it into a webpage.
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BTW - I'm using CiteBite to allow me to link to a specific spot on the page.

### Google Earth Cool Places - Weird, famous and beautiful placemarks- 12 views

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A nice post about how to use Google Docs to be able to put images in a Google Earth Placemark.

### thematic mapping blog: Using KML for Thematic Mapping - Research Paper Now Available- 6 views

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"The purpose of this paper is to examine how KML, Keyhole Markup Language, can be used for thematic mapping. A thematic map displays the spatial pattern of a social or physical phenomenon, such as population density, life expectancy or climate change. "
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Got a student who needs a fun project? This might be right up his/her alley.

### Small, Simple Tool For Getting Distances And Bearings Between Points In Google Maps | F...- 0 views

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A simple tool for finding the bearing between two locations in Google Maps. Not perfect, but very simple to use!

### Introduction - Google Earth User Guide- 0 views

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I needed to bookmark this for an upcoming workshop. If you want to learn how to use the many features in Google Earth, then THIS is the place to start
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The official Google Earth User GUide page. There's even a printable version

### Find Shortest Distance Between Any Two Points On Earth - Using Google Maps or Google Ea...- 0 views

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Using an online calculator to find great circle distances between two points on Earth.

### Real World Math- 0 views

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Within this site you will find lesson ideas, examples, and downloads for mathematics that embrace active learning, constructivism, and project-based learning while remaining true to the standards. The initial focus will be for grades 5 and up, but teachers of younger students may be able to find some uses or inspiration from the site. Higher level thinking skills, such as analysis, synthesis, and creativity are encouraged as well as technology skills and social learning. The scope of this site is mathematics, but many lessons lend themselves to interdisciplinary activities also.

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We've improved our Spreadsheet Mapper tool! Some of the new features include:

### Google Earth fro the Elementary Teacher- 0 views

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TCEA 2008 - Susan F. Reeves

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### New Google Earth Layer Shows Global Deforestation : TreeHugger- 0 views

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Links to a Google Earth layer showing the rates of deforestation around the world.
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Layers of polygons showing the rate of deforestation (or forestation) for the countries of the world. Links to an active counter of hectares forested in that country.
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