GE Timelapse: Change from Above

Google Earth Engine Timelapse – The main Google Earth Engine is certainly one for the techies, however we Geography teachers can tap into a lovely section that will allow you to view a 34 year timelapse of satellite imagery for any location you search for. This has been out for some time, but theContinue reading “GE Timelapse: Change from Above”

Ready-Made Voyages in Google Earth

Ever clicked this button? Before you start making your own project in Google Earth be sure to spend some time looking through this first, as it might save you a lot of planning time! Below are some of my favourite geography-related voyages. Just click on the titles and away you go! Google Earth View AContinue reading “Ready-Made Voyages in Google Earth”

Google Earth: The “Dopamine Hit” for Exploring Place?

Every geography teacher will be able to share their experiences of the common misconceptions by students, including: Antarctica only has one ‘c’ in it; Deserts have to be hot; Africa is one big desert of a poor country (three in one there!) Whilst these can be addressed quickly, I’m also fascinated by the follow-up questionsContinue reading “Google Earth: The “Dopamine Hit” for Exploring Place?”