- 360 Panorama of the world
- 3D Toads and more–animals, skeletons, etc (some for fee)
- Google World of Wonders
- Pompeii—via Google Earth
- Sistine Chapel
- Virtual Body
- Virtual Capitol
- Virtual Cockroach
- Virtual Farm
- Virtual tour of America—via Biplane
- Virtual tours
- Virtual tour (with pictures) of a zoo
- Virtual tours
- Virtual tour–undersea
- Virtual Zoo
- The White House (go to the White House on Google Earth, then zoom in until you’ve exploded through the walls to the interiror. There, you’ll find a virtual tour of the White House.
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I have lesson plans, tech tips, great websites to integrate technology into your curriculum, the most popular apps you'll find useful with your iPads, and current trends in tech ed. I'll answer your questions about how to teach tech, what to teach when, where the best virtual sites are. Need more--let's chat about issues of importance in tech ed.
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