Virtual Field Trip at Slinger Elementary 04-26-16
Photos by John Ehlke
Abduwan Swaray, 10, helps guide Dylan Jaroch, 11, to see an animal under water while taking a virtual field trip with the help of the Google goggles Tuesday afternoon at Slinger Elementary School. Students were able to explore 360-degree photographs of areas like the ocean, Gettysburg and outer space. Fifth-grade student Ben Solano, 11, looks at a a photograph of Gettysburg while taking a virtual field trip with the help of the Google goggles Tuesday afternoon at Slinger Elementary School. Students were able to explore 360-degree photographs of areas like the ocean, Gettysburg and outer space. A 360-degree photograph of Gettysburg seen through the Google googles that students used to take a virtual field trip Tuesday afternoon at Slinger Elementary School. Students were able to explore 360-degree photographs of areas like the ocean, Gettysburg and outer space. <br/><br/> Slinger School District Superintendent Daren Sievers participates in a virtual field trip with a fifth-grade class with the help of the Google goggles Tuesday afternoon at Slinger Elementary School. Students were able to explore 360-degree photographs of areas like the ocean, Gettysburg and outer space. Fifth-grade student Adam Loesche, 11,bends back as he looks at a photograph of the ocean while taking a virtual field trip with the help of the Google goggles Tuesday afternoon at Slinger Elementary School. Students were able to explore 360-degree photographs of areas like the ocean, Gettysburg and outer space. Eric Diaz, 11, smiles as he looks at a photograph of outer space while taking a virtual field trip with the help of the Google goggles Tuesday afternoon at Slinger Elementary School. Students were able to explore 360-degree photographs of areas like the ocean, Gettysburg and outer space.
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