By Ross Tucker
Educational Potential of Google Earth
Research indicates that 40% of college students are visual learners and may even be underperforming due to a lack of visual instruction in the classroom.
The release of Google Earth has unquestionably met the demands of these learning styles by revolutionizing the visualization process. Through . . . → Read More: When in Rome, do as Google Earth does
By Logan Payne
Laptops let students explore the Internet, collect information, and type out projects anywhere they can find a good wireless connection. However, some teachers are finding this technology distracting and unnecessary in the classroom. If you are an environmental science professor and want to find a way to harness this new generation’s fascination . . . → Read More: Going Green with Google Earth