ClassroomScreen Google Tour Builder, and Geoguessr text over a large polkadot background

ClassroomScreen, Google Tour Builder & Geoguessr

In this week’s episode, we talk about ClassroomScreen, Google Tour Builder and Geoguessr. There is not an exact theme to this week’s show, but I was super excited to talk about these sites, today!

ClassroomScreen

ClassroomScreen showing the classroom stoplight and whisper features.

Classroomscreen is a great classroom management tool with everything at your fingertips, from ways to organize groups to exit questions, it has it all!

Google Tour Builder

UPDATE (May 9, 2021): Google Tour Builder is being shut down as of July 15, 2021. You can find similar-if-not-better functionality in the latest version of Google Earth.

A student example of using Google Tour Builder for a project.

Google Tour Builder is a fantastic way for students to set up an adventure. It works similar to combining Google Slides and Google Earth. It has endless possibilities for students to share information.

Geoguessr

Geoguessr: Fuzz picked Bolivia, but it was really Italy…fail.

Last but not least is Geoguessr, one of our favorite games! Learn about the world, problem solve and see new places all at once. Try them out!

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We appreciate you listening! If you have any other ideas on how to use these tools in the classroom, leave a comment or send me a tweet at @smartinwi

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