Sunday, February 20, 2011

14 Interesting Ways to use Google Maps in your Classroom

Not long ago if I had to teach directions or add any geographical aspect to my EFL classroom, I'd have to search for a map, those that I collected from my trips, to make the learning experience more meaningful and connected to students' realities. 

Now, at the tip of your fingers, there are tons of online apps that make the whole geographical, location experience much more fun, visual and interactive. 

Tom Barret gives us fantastic ideas on how to add Google maps in our classrooms in very authentic, meaningful ways:


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