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Virtual Field Trips Our free and immersive learning experiences give students the necessary understanding and skills to tackle the world's most pressing issues. Here at Treehouse we believe building young people's empathy for and understanding of issues from ocean health to climate change will not only spark their curiosity but also trigger their engagement on the topics. Because you can't protect something you don't understand.

Virtual Field Trips Our free and immersive learning experiences give students the necessary understanding and skills to tackle the world's most pressing issues. Here at Treehouse we believe building young people's empathy for and understanding of issues from ocean health to climate change will not only spark their curiosity but also trigger their engagement on the topics. Because you can't protect something you don't understand.
Tips & Tricks: How to Teach Remotely Using Zoom
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Tips & Tricks: How to Teach Remotely Using Zoom

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Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices, desktops, telephones, and room systems. Zoom is simple to use, offers a generous free tier, and has useful features for teaching remotely. These documents (produced by Zoom) describe more about Zoom and how to use it with your classes to teach remotely.
Virtual Expedition: Exploring the River Thames and Amazon river
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Virtual Expedition: Exploring the River Thames and Amazon river

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In this lesson students will use Google Expeditions to compare and contrast the differences between the River Thames and the Amazon river. This Expedition develops students’ skills in geographical descriptions, identifying similarities and differences between LEDCs and MEDCs, as well as the physical geography of rivers. Students go on virtual field trips using Google Expeditions to both the Amazon and the River Thames, identifying, comparing and describing.
Virtual Expedition: Geography of Mount Everest
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Virtual Expedition: Geography of Mount Everest

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Students use Google Expeditions to explore the physical and human characteristics of Mount Everest and understand the skills involved in climbing it. This Expeditions develops student skills in physical and human geography with a trip to Mount Everest. Students learn to use locational language and develop geographical descriptions of both physical and human features of the Mount Everest region.
Virtual Expedition: Coral Bleaching
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Virtual Expedition: Coral Bleaching

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In this lesson students will use Google Expeditions to study coral bleaching events in Haiwaii, American Samoa and Australia. The Expedition will develop students’ understanding of environmental change. Students will learn about the impact of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere on the marine environment and in particular the coral ecosystem. High CO2 has two impacts on the ocean: warming and ocean acidification. This virtual field trip shows the impact of warming oceans in terms of coral bleaching.
Virtual Expedition: Geography of Volcanoes
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Virtual Expedition: Geography of Volcanoes

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Students use Google Expeditions to view 360 images of Tolbachik Volcano, and discover the components of a volcano and the elements of an eruption. This expeditions lesson develops students’ understanding of volcanoes Take a virtual field trip to Tolbachik Volcano and use this inspiration to develop students’ work on natural hazards and volcanoes.
Tips & Tricks: How to Use Google Expeditions
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Tips & Tricks: How to Use Google Expeditions

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Google Expeditions is a virtual reality education app that enables teachers to take their classes on amazing virtual ‘expeditions’ around the world from the Arctic to diving into the wonders of coral reefs. If you want to bring a real-world content and context to your teaching and learning, Google Expeditions means you can go on a virtual field trip to a choice of over 400 locations. This document describes more about Google Expeditions and how to use it in your classroom or to teach remote lessons.