Saturday, April 27, 2019

Educational Links 4/28/19

Eight Ways To Teach Climate Change In Almost Any Classroom

Skills Your Child Needs for Different Math Subjects

How The World Is Changing & How Education Can Respond

Predictions of Print Textbooks’ Death Remain Greatly Exaggerated

Private School Versus Public School: Which is Better?

Take High School Literature to the Next Level With These Discussion and Writing Activities

Helping Students With ADHD Stay Organized

What Do We Really Mean By “Deeper Thinking And Learning”?

Google Earth Timelapses and Historical Imagery

Google Earth Pro (the desktop version of Google Earth) has offered historical imagery for many years. You can access that imagery by selecting the timeslider icon in the menu at the top of Google Earth when it is open on your desktop. Today, Google unveiled some updates to their Google Earth Engine Timelapse website that offers historical imagery in an online version of Google Earth. The timelapses are animations that play 35 years of satellite imagery.

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