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Es lo que buscaba y necesitaba para complementar mis conocimientos y poderlos transmitir con quienes tengo relaciones y comunicación, especialmente estudiantes de mi iudad,Medellín y mi País.Colombia.-Si hubiese existido esta tecnología hace 50 años, cuando estudiaba...seguro, ahora sería mucho mejor.Pero aún puedo intentarlo y lograrlo.Unavez más MIL GRACIAS !

Baikunthanath Behera


African Mind

Does it still work? Anyoone, lets try again.Its a nice hint , and fortunetly the link is still working. Very informative.

African Mind

Its an old post - but fortunately the Google site is still available. Nicely done and very intersting - a lot to learn and/or educate about Africa.


A great use of Google Earth, great job, full of ideas for geography quizzes as well which are one of the most in demand fun quiz and educational quizzes about



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My Wonderful World

Hi Jill and Eileen,
I wish there were an easy way to answer your question about how we created the Geography Awareness Quiz in Google Earth.

We have some experienced Google Earth users here at National Geographic who also do KML programming—the script that Google Earth is programmed in. If you are familiar with KML programming, then you can do many spectacular things with Google Earth, as you can see in Google Earth's online community, as well as the many Google Earth and GIS blogs (such as Google Earth Blog and Using Google Earth) that have sprung up since its creation. If you are not familiar with KML programming, the Web is packed with tutorials and advice to get you up to speed. Start with Google's own Google Earth tutorial.

We love the idea that you would use this activity format in your classroom. We have heard at geography/technology education conferences that teachers are interested in this, although it may seem daunting to create your own activities. However, teachers across the world are recognizing Google Earth as a valuable resource for geography classrooms.

I encourage you to explore these helpful sites and blogs that discuss using Google Earth in the classroom:

Google Earth for Educators
Google Earth Lessons
Juicy Geography's Google Earth Blog
Google Earth Resources for Geography Teachers

I hope this information helps!

—Jessica Wdowiarz, National Geographic Education and Children's Programs

Jill and Eileen

We are teachers who would very much like to create similar activities for our students. How did you do this?



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My Wonderful World

Hi Michaela, there are three ways to see how geo-savvy you are. The best way is to try your hand at the National Geographic-Roper Survey of Geographic Literacy. This is the survey that showed us that most young Americans aren't very geographically literate. All the questions from the survey are there, so you can see how you stack up against young Americans. Good luck, and thanks for your question. —My Wonderful World staff

michaela keyes

On the site my wonderful world i am supposed to find a spot that says find out your geography IQ Does anybody know how to help me because i am lost

mahmoud hussien

the program cannot login server with me


This is awesome. really cool use of Google Earth. Will there be others?

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