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Google Cardboard: Time to Take Your Students on an Expedition

Google Cardboard: Time to Take Your Students on an Expedition

Jonathan Rochelle JR Google Expeditions Cardboard

Google Expeditions uses Google Cardboard to take students on virtual field trips. At BETT 2016, Google for Education announced the a release of the app to allow schools to start taking Expeditions. A phone is placed inside of a Google Cardboard device and students hold it up to their face. The Expedition is delivered by the teacher via a tablet, directing students to elements of the image.

Jonathan Rochelle kids google expeditions cardboard bett 2016


Sign Up for the Beta


Scroll Down to the App

The Expeditions program can bring a sample of the experience to your school. Scroll past signing up for Google to come out to your school and get down the offer to Beta test the Android App. This will allow schools to take their own Expeditions.
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Click to sign up

What You Need

To take your students on an Expedition using Google Cardboard you will need to have phones and cardboard devices. The app allows the teacher and students to access the Google Expeditions content.

3 thoughts on “Google Cardboard: Time to Take Your Students on an Expedition

  1. Is is required that students put their phone into Google Cardboard to view or could they view just using their phones without Google Cardboard?

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Hi .. you know any educational project that can be implemented with Google Cardboard? We want to use with children in difficult conditions of poverty. Thank you!!

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