image from TechnologyRocksSeriously.com
We wonder what doors and windows you have opened today?
Front door? Back door? Car door?
Has opening those doors or windows allowed you to see and/or feel anything different? unique?
Think about all the doors and windows that technology has made accessible for both us and our students …
Think about all the possible learning experiences that have been made possible …
Madalyn loved our time with Wonderopolis at the Louisville Zoo in KY and with her cousins at a zoo here in NC, but she still finds it very interesting to be able to watch the animals via webcam and videos (I admit that I do too).
Imagine the wonder and curiosity these images would create for children who have seen animals like this before but especially for those who have not ….
I know that I have written about animal webcams before:
- Polar Bears go for a Dip at the Philadelphia Zoo
- Philadelphia Zoo YouTube Channel
- Flamingo Cam from the Smithsonian Zoo
- WildEarth TV has a large collection of live animal webcams
- I really like the close up Eagle webcam
- The African Forest Webcams at the Houston Zoo are my favorites of the ones I have encountered this week. There are two camera angles for each type of animals. You can also find videos.