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final Presentation edfi 560. By Amy Eisentrager. Virtual Field trips. The students take field trips using the computer. They can take trips for fun, educational purposes and to find out information on different places. Create a field trip with the whole class as a group activity. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>final Presentation edfi 560</p> <p>final Presentationedfi 560By Amy Eisentrager</p> <p>Virtual Field tripsThe students take field trips using the computer. They can take trips for fun, educational purposes and to find out information on different places.Create a field trip with the whole class as a group activity.Visit sites that have different field trips.</p> <p>Virtual Field tripsFor example on the website: http://www.uen.org/tours/fieldtrips2.shtmlYou can choose from subjects like fine arts, foreign language, math, science and social studies. Then when you click on social studies there are about 57 trips you can take on that subject. I chose to visit Pioneer Village and it shows you pictures and gives you information about a pioneer village. </p> <p>Virtual field trips</p> <p>Blooms TaxonomyFor this technology I think that it covers knowledge. This website is a good way for students to learn the information about a subject.</p> <p>The Art zonehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/eisentragera/4798204498/</p> <p>The art zonehttp://www.nga.gov/kids/zone/http://www.nga.gov/kids/kids.htmThe Art Zone is an interactive art you can make online. The students can learn about digital photography, Still live art, and Exhibits.This would be great to have if you were an art teacher because you could teach the students so much with this site. </p> <p>Blooms taxonomyThis technology covers the knowledge and comprehension of bloom's taxonomy because it is giving the students knowledge of art and they can better understand how to make different art projects with this website.</p> <p>referenceshttp://www.uen.org/tours/fieldtrips2.shtmlhttp://www.nga.gov/kids/zone/</p>