Google Earth Lessons

An Educational Resource for Teachers

Thank you for contributing a lesson!

Below you will find a form field for every one of the table elements that are included on the lesson's main page (example of completed lesson table-opens in new window). The goal in constructing this site was to provide teachers such as yourself a 'one-stop shop' for Google Earth related lessons, including ultra-complete lessons that could be plugged in to a lesson plan to be given to the Principal or school administrator which is why there are so many fields. The only fields that are required, however, are the ones with a (*) beside them. For a description of the fields you may wish to read the description's page (opens in new window). After submitting the completed form you will be forwarded to the files upload screen where you can attach support files for the lesson. At this time there is no support for saving or editing a lesson once it is submitted, hopefully some time in the future there will be. If you would like to write up the lesson before entering it into the form, you may download a blank Word worksheet and then copy/paste from there into the form below.

What is the Title of your Lesson? icon

Please provide a somewhat detailed description of the lesson: icon

Goals & Objectives: icon

General Grade Level(s): icon

Content Areas addressed: icon

Is this a Student Controlled or Teacher Controlled lesson? icon

How long will the lesson realistically take to complete? icon

What measurable skills are addressed? icon

Please describe any related topics, resources, websites, books, etc. that would be of help to a teacher teaching this lesson. icon

Notes about the lesson (this should tell a little about strategies or experiences you have had, etc. about the lesson): icon

How will the teacher assess the whether the student has met the goals and objectives? icon

What non-digital materials are needed to help make the lesson effective (hand-outs, books, crayons, scissors, bags of candy for the teacher, etc.) icon

What digital materials are needed (computers, software, scanner, etc.) icon

What possible Extensions to the lesson are there? icon

Who can we thank for creating this lesson (either your real name or 'web' name)?

If you would like Copyright credit for the lesson and materials provided, please include it here: icon

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