Imagine taking students on an underwater excursion...or exploring Japan's landscape and architecture together…or inviting them to sit in the cello section with the Philadelphia Orchestra during a performance at Carnegie Hall…or going on a field trip to Sequoia National Park in California climbing some of the world's tallest trees. With Google Cardboard, you don’t have to simply imagine. Virtual reality makes learning come to life by putting you and your students in the middle of the action. And with simple tools, easy-to-use apps, and a smart phone or spherical camera, they can be creators of their own immersive photos and videos. In THE GOOGLE CARDBOARD BOOK, EdTechTeam trainers and leaders offer step-by-step instructions on how to use this exciting technology in your classroom---no matter what subject you teach. You’ll learn what tools you need (and how affordable they can be), which apps to start with, and how to view, capture, and share 360-degree videos and images. Where will you
1. What is Google Cardboard? -- 2. Classroom uses for Google Cardboard -- 3. Getting started -- 4. Creating content: taking 360 degree pictures and videos -- 5. Sharing your Google Cardboard images and videos -- 6. Make your own Google Cardboard Viewer -- 7. Additional Apps and resources -- Now what?.