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Wednesday, February 28 • 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Bring The World To Your Classroom: Exploring and creating collections in Google Arts and Culture

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Have you ever wanted to take you students on a field trip to the Colosseum in Rome? Immerse them in the Civil Rights Movement? Study art and history by walking the halls of the Uffizi Gallery or the British Museum? Maybe even explore the Great Barrier Reef? Google offers an ever changing tool called Google Arts and Culture. In this session learn what the project offers for resources, why creating collections is important, and how to share it all with you students to create an amazing classroom adventure! Please come with a lesson idea in mind.

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Michael Doyle

Instructional Technologist, CCUSD 301
An educator since 1998, Michael taught 8th grade science and social studies for 16 years before moving into the position of Instructional Technologist in Central School District 301. Michael has assisted in the planning and implementation of an aggressive 1 to 1, K-12, single year... Read More →


Wednesday February 28, 2018 12:15pm - 1:15pm
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