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JoBea Holt

JoBea Holt, Ph.D, is a scientist and author. As a scientist, she has worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory focusing on NASA's Space Shuttle Earth-observing missions. In 1995, Dr. Holt created KidSat, a Shuttle-based Earth-imaging camera that used NASA's communications and the Internet to allow students in their classrooms to operate the camera during a mission. As an author, she has written numerous books, magazine and journal articles, and papers.

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    Using Google EarthTM: Bring the World into Your…

    Grade: 1-2

    $29.99
    Using Google EarthTM: Bring the World into Your Classroom Levels 1-2

    Grade: 1-2

    • Interest Level: 1-2
    • ISBN: 9781425808242

    Price: $29.99

    Create an interactive, 21st Century learning experience by integrating technology across the content areas. With these easy-to-implement lessons, students use Google Earth to connect their lives to the curriculum and locations and events around the world.

    Using Google EarthTM: Bring the World into Your…

    Grade: 3-5

    $29.99
    Using Google EarthTM: Bring the World into Your Classroom Levels 3-5

    Grade: 3-5

    • Interest Level: 3-5
    • ISBN: 9781425808259

    Price: $29.99

    Create an interactive, 21st Century learning experience by integrating technology across the content areas. With these easy-to-implement lessons, students use Google Earth to connect their lives to the curriculum and locations and events around the world.

    Using Google EarthTM: Bring the World into Your…

    Grade: 6-8

    $29.99
    Using Google EarthTM: Bring the World into Your Classroom Levels 6-8

    Grade: 6-8

    • Interest Level: 6-8
    • ISBN: 9781425808266

    Price: $29.99

    Create an interactive, 21st Century learning experience by integrating technology across the content areas. With these easy-to-implement lessons, students use Google Earth to connect their lives to the curriculum and locations and events around the world.

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