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In our latest parenting blog, Gary Crossing turns to apps for help with getting his fussy five-year-old to eat fruit and veg.
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Once pupils get over the initial ‘wow’ factor of the Virtual Reality experience of a Google Expedition, how can teachers use the technology to enhance pupils’ learning? Here are five examples of how schools are making the most of Google’s visit
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At Largs Academy, pupils were transformed into soft fruit to explore the inner workings of the human digestive system in the latest of our VR blogs.
Watford Grammar School for Boys' Geography department used Google Expeditions to take its Year 7 and Year 8 pupils on trips to impossible places. Here 12-year old Gabriel recalls his eerie journey around Pripyat, one of the towns directly affected by the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster, and empathises with the residents and workers who were affected
Jess Hamilton, a school trip coordinator at special needs school Shaftesbury High, tells us how every SEN school can benefit from Google Expeditions.
In our latest parenting blog, Gary Crossing muses on a struggle as old as time itself.
Pupils at Woodchurch High School in Wirral explore Jerusalem as part of their RE revision with Google Expeditions.