Unlikely Coordinates? Geocaching Across the Curriculum

Presenter: Beth Ritter-Guth
Location: Lakeville, CT USA
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Presentation Title: Unlikely Coordinates? Geocaching Across the Curriculum

Presentation Description: Can a worldwide scavenger hunt and a GPSr change the way we teach? ABSOLUTELY! This presentation will introduce geocaching and educaching and provide examples and resources to those interested in getting students out of the classroom!

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  2. 1. What are some ways you could use geocaching to enhance your curriculum?

    2. How does “treasure hunting” help students think and act globally?

    3. What reservations do you have about using geocaching in your classroom?

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