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GPS

Abbreviation for:
gastrocnemius-plantaris-soleus
General Pharmaceutical Services 
general practice strategy
Goodpasture syndrome
grey platelet syndrome
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Whether students are exploring the functioning of the Global Positioning System itself or engaging in geocaching activities, GPS offers great opportunities for education.
First, we researched library-based geocaching programs using the network provided by Geocaching.
The Geocaching Association of Great Britain was set up to forward caching in the UK and to help new cachers learn about the game.
To get started, a member of the geocaching community hides their geocache, determines its location using GPS technology and posts a brief description of the geocache and location coordinates online at a geocaching website.
A few simple steps will make the geocaching experience much more enjoyable.
Using geocaching as a framework for teaching is known as instructional geocaching (Mayben, 2010).
Geocaching is part hiking, part technology wrangling, and part treasure hunt.
But Cache a Predator isn't a one-dimensional story of one man's vendetta: it's also about mystery and suspense wrapped up in the modern art of geocaching (thus the title).
The free event features geocaching experts from www.
The girls, aged eight to 10-years-old, joined others from across the North East and enjoyed exciting activities including raft building, Zumba Tonic, geocaching, outdoor cooking and learning to pitch tents.
The first is QSTP's Geocaching Challenge and the second a speaker session titled Young Emerging Technology Innovators.
Geocaching, an activity that uses satellite technology to guide participants to latitude and longitude coordinates of hidden cache boxes, can attract in-and-out, grab-it-and-go visitors.