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Virtual Field Trips: Apple Learning Interchange

From Apple Learning Interchange

Note: As of July, 2009, The Apple Learning Exchange is currently offline. In the event that the site comes back up, we will update this page with the date that the links are re-activated. Try our Collections Section for more Virtual Field Trips.

  1. Where the River Meets the Sea - Exploring Life in the Chesapeake Bay with Smithsonian Scientists - Explore where the salt water from the oceans and the fresh water from the rivers meet and mix.
  2. Science in Action - "Science in Action for Conservation" looks at two Field Museum sites that demonstrate how scientists and communities work together to conserve bio-diversity.
  3. This Old Habitat - This expedition explores several ecosystems around the Chicago region to see the habitats present, the interconnections between the plants and animals.
  4. An Interactive Journey to an Aquarium - In this project, students go on a field trip to an aquarium and create an iMovie project and/or an iPhoto photo book about their day.
  5. Over the Line - The Art and Life of Jacob Lawrence - Join with staff at the world famous Whitney Museum of Art in New York City to experience the works of renowned African-American artist, Jacob Lawrence.
  6. Untold Stories, Baseball and the Multicultural Experience - Many students are familiar with the legendary feats of Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron and Mickey Mantle, but what about the accomplishments of other baseball stars such as Minnie Minoso, Sam Jethroe and Masanori Murakami?
  7. Queen Anne's Revenge - A coordinated and long-term research project, which conducted underwater archaeological investigations at the site of Blackbeard's Flagship.
  8. Virtual Earth - Students will learn what a system is and how to apply the concept of systems to learn more about how the Earth functions.
  9. The Underwater World of Space - Join Space Center Houston and NASA as we experience the underwater adventures of training for space walks, also known as Extravehicular Activities or EVAs.
  10. Comparing East and West Coast Estuaries - Students at Turtleback Elementary in San Diego, California were able to compare their own local geological, biological, and physical artifacts and compare them with those in North Carolina.
  11. 4H Children’s Garden Kids’ Tour - The 4-H Children's Garden is a popular spot for school field trips and visitors during the garden’s growing season, late May to late August.
  12. Principles of Flight - Travel through air and time to learn the history and science of flight.
  13. African Voices - African Voices celebrates Africa as a historic and living entity with contemporary and future relevance. Voices demonstrates how African cultures have spread worldwide, becoming a part of the very fabric of American life.
  14. The Wright Start - The invention of the airplane by Wilbur and Orville Wright is one of the great stories in American history.
  15. Problem Solving: The "Wright" Math - Students learn about the evolution of flight.
  16. A Day in the Life of the ISS - Visit Space Center Houston to learn about the International Space Center.
  17. The Case of the Wacky Water Cycle - There is also a unique online Problem-Based Learning (PBL) activity for each episode that students can work on independently, in groups, or as a class.
  18. The Case of the Challenging Flight - In The Case of the Challenging Flight, the tree house detectives are onto a new case as they try to win the Eggs-tra-ordinary Plane Contest.
  19. KokoTV - Welcome to KokoTV. Yes, Koko is that famous “talking” gorilla you've probably read about in school or seen in a Nature documentary.
  20. Recording the Flame: Woodfired Pottery - Woodfire pottery presents an elusive artistic style, unfamiliar to the American public as well as the public of the Western world.



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