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Travel Education Website

Windy App

Windy is a useful resource for all outdoor travelers, especially for planning photography shoots and for weather dependant activities.

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Travel Education Podcast

China History Podcast

Laszlo Montgomery provides a weekly deep dive into different aspects of Chinese history, detailing anything from a particular city, ethnic group, famous figures and much more.

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Constitute

The world’s constitutions to read, search, and compare. Created as a collaboration between the Comparative Constitutions Project and Google Ideas.

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Duolingo

Duolingo

The most popular language learning platform in the world which uses a free gamified approach to learn over 35 languages.

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Atlas Obscura

Atlas Obscura

Excellent site for travel inspiration and destination ideas with an interesting community offering a wealth of information about our world.

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Flyover Country App

App to use from the window seat of a plane or for road trips or hikes that shows geological, geographical, and meteorological information in addition to flight tracking.

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Junior Ranger Badges

Junior Rangers

Discover the Junior Ranger Programs in our National Parks. There are many fun and interesting activites to do from home to prepare for your trip. During Covid, kids can also complete many Junior Ranger Booklets online to earn badges.

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Seterra Online

Online mapping resource which features quiz-based games to help teach country and state identification. Games provide scoring which leads to competition to see how well you do compared to others in your class / household.

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Africam

Become a wildlife enthusiast by watching these live streams of animals in the African bush. You can see elephants, leopards, lions, crocodiles, impalas and much more!

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Cascadia

Listen to Cascadia (2019) by Said the Whale (an alternative rock band from Vancouver, Canada), which references locations around North America’s Pacific Northwest and proposes the country of Cascadia.

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Travel Education Website

Roadtrippers

Make the most of your American or Canadian road trip with a vast database of points-of-interest (restaurants, attractions, etc.), snippets of historical and practical information, and an interactive route planner.

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World Heritage Journey YouTube Channel

World Heritage Journey

A pair of Australian travel bloggers on an ambitious journey to document all 1,121 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and produce a brief documentary on each site.

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Books by David B. Williams

GeologyWriter.com

The website of Seattle based geologist, naturalist, and historian, David B. Williams. Read his articles, blog posts, and books or sign up for one of his interesting tours of Seattle, which he is currently hosting virtually.

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Native Lands

Native Land

Website and app that allows us to learn who the indigenous people were/are in a particular area. We can learn more about the territories, treaties and languages of many regions around the world.

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Orca Network

Orca Network

Orca Network allows us to learn all about these majestic creatures and what we can do to protect them. We can also follow their most recent sightings in the area and be alerted when we can listen to them on the hydrophone.

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Travel Education Website

Civil Rights And Labor History Consortium

Explore this history of Civil Rights and Labor primarily of Seattle and Washington, but also more broadly of the nation. Learn through a variety of mediums, including lesson plans, oral history interviews, photographs, and more.

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Authentic Dutch Windmill

Informative short film on the history of Dutch windmills on the website. This is also an opportunity to stay in a unique Miller’s cabin next to a 1632 Dutch Windmill, with a boat experience/tour available.

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Landmark in Greece Delphi

Archaeology Travel

This website is incredibly useful for many travel destinations. It often provides the most up-to-date information for archeological sites, as well as tours, and information for families.

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