Back at ISTE in June, Google’s expo hall space was flooded with educators hoping to try on a Google Expeditions headset--a virtual reality experience made out of a smartphone and Google Cardboard that takes the viewer to the likes of the Great Wall of China, Mars and underwater at the Great Barrier Reef. But there’s a key problem with implementing Google Expeditions in the classroom--no smartphone, no dice.
But now, Google hopes to fix that with the launch of the Expeditions Pioneer Program pilot.
Starting today, Google will provide “kits” to select teachers that includes everything a classroom needs to venture out on Google Expeditions. The kit includes:
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