The Ultimate Google Cardboard and Expeditions Resource GuideThe Best Google Cardboard and Google Expeditions Resources for Teachers!

I’ve been curating everything I can find to help teachers learn about Google Expeditions and Google Cardboard, and I have created the Ultimate Google Cardboard and Expeditions Resource Guide for Teachers. I am not an expert on virtual reality or Google Cardboard and Expeditions, but I am a connected educator and I have found some amazing resources to help you learn more about these amazing tools. This guide contains the basics, how to get started, resources for buying devices and headsets, as well as troubleshooting help, YouTube tutorials, blog posts, lesson plans, apps and more! I am a learner first, so as I learn and curate resources, I will share them with the Shake Up Learning readers.

Google Cardboard and Google Expeditions are hot topics in the edtech world and with good reason! These tools can help flatten the walls of our classrooms and allow us to take students on virtual reality field trips and engage students in new ways. Virtual reality is one of the fastest growing areas of technology! VR is in its infancy and we are just scratching the surface of what this technology can do and how it will transform learning in our classrooms.

This Cardboard and Expeditions Resource Guide is dynamic and will continue to grow as I find new resources, tutorials, tips, videos, and more. There are also general virtual reality resources included in this guide, although the main focus is on Google Cardboard and Google Expeditions. Help me make this guide even better by sharing your favorite resources in the comments.

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Shake Up Learning Blog Posts About Google Expeditions and VR

In case you missed my previous posts about virtual reality and Google Cardboard, check out these posts:

Google Expeditions is a unique initiative from Google designed to bring educational virtual reality experiences into the K12 classrooms. “Google Expeditions enable teachers to bring students on virtual trips to places like museums, underwater, and outer space. Expeditions are collections of linked virtual reality (VR) content and supporting materials that can be used alongside existing curriculum. These trips are collections of virtual reality panoramas — 360° panoramas and 3D images — annotated with details, points of interest, and questions that make them easy to integrate into curriculum already used in schools. Google is working with a number of partners, including: WNET, PBS, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the American Museum of Natural History, the Planetary Society, David Attenborough with production company Alchemy VR and many of the Google Cultural Institute museum partners to create custom educational content that spans the universe.”

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