FEEDBACK: Technology is certainly the bridge between all curriculum strands and as someone who is not a geography expert but who loves travel and geography, I think this is a great idea. I find that maps are boring or too complex and I think there needs to be a middle path for students to get engaged in the material, feel that they are learning and developing critical information processing and technology navigation skills. It would be great to create this tool that would enhance learning and permit students to link up to Google maps and other live mapping tools that will provide them with real data. It is sad and disheartening to hear that teachers today are still using two dimensional maps to teach geography, when the future of holographic mapping is around the corner and three dimensional mapping is here already. Good job!