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I am planning to create a grade level Google Maps login for each grade level. My students can use this instead of individual logins when we use Google Maps for a technology project. After a student has created a map, they can access it again just by finding their name on the list of maps on the left side of the screen once they log in.
Amazing technology project ideas for 2nd, 3rd, 4th grade shared by Doug Doblar at the Gwinnett Digital Learning Conference 2014. Summary of 2nd grade project: Students start by looking at a Google terrain map for the three mountain regions in Georgia and making HOUSING/SHELTER predictions (Where would I live in that region? What would I eat?). Then ask some thought provoking questions: What would you build your house out of? Etc. Finally have students draw their own maps showing the three mountain regions. Summary of 3rd grade project: Students mark places important in the life of a famous person they must know about (Frederick Douglass, etc.) onto a custom Google map. Start by marking spots they can remember, then look up some more via research. Summary of 4th grade project: Same idea but with important places in the Colonies. Can follow up with a map you make for them of the American Revolution battles. Students can relate that map back to the one they made. Tip: Make the kids look back at the map over and over again to make it accurate. Students don't intuitively put things onto the map in the right place.
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