The Earth has thousands of volcanoes dotting its surface. Join Google Earth as we explore some of the most amazing, and dangerous features on our planet.
It's elementary that this tour would share the most amazing real world locations connected with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's fictional sleuth.
Without certain species, ecosystems would crumble. In this amazing tour, explore keystone species around the world and how they help to maintain ecosystems around the world.
This lesson is a fun way to help students understand that geometry is all around us! Students will have the opportunity to explore structures both virtually and in-person, helping them discover the significance of angles and shapes in architecture.Image Credit: "DSC_2072 geometry in architecture - Manchester" by Filip Patock is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 via Flickr
Learn about how to use Google Earth as a building point for student work and engagement in your classroom!
The purpose of this lesson is to show students how to break up land division and survey their own property. Students will gain a knowledge of how surveyor's come about dictating property lines. The lesson gives a greater understanding of Law of Cosines and Heron's Formula. Image Reference:Lars H. Rohwedder, Sarregouset - Own work from source files Image:OgaPeninsulaAkiJpLandsat.jpg (GFDL) and Image:Orthographic Projection Japan.jpg (GFDL and CC-By-SA).
Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's is an staple play for many theatre fans. Learn about productions around the world and some amazing locations connected with the Bard's work.