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2016 - 2017
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  1. Iain Goodwin, "Attacking the FRQ: Turning Students into Scorers," September 14, 2016.
  2. Tom Wurst, "Analyzing the Cultural Landscape to Understand Scale," September 21, 2016.
  3. Charlie Fitzpatrick, "Getting Started with ArcGIS Online," September 28, 2016.
  4. Allison Hunt, "Immigrant Interviews: Making Migration Come Alive," October 12, 2016.
  5. Penny Anderson, "Population Geography: Effectively Using Data in the Classroom," October 19, 2016.
  6. Celeste Reynolds, "Using Choices Program Materials to Teach Geography," October 26, 2016.
  7. Seth Dixon, "Teaching the Geography of Food," November 2, 2016.
  8. Rik Katz, "Culture: Activities to Get You Started," November 9, 2016.
  9. Amy Stalker. "Fingerprints of the Past: How Migration, Religion, and Language Have Impacted the Cultural Landscape," November 30, 2016.
  10. Joseph Kerski, "Mapping Your Stories with Esri StoryMaps," December 7, 2016.
  11. Stewart Parker, "Does it Really Matter Where the Line is Drawn?," December 14, 2016.

 

2015 - 2016
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  1. Nancy Watson, "Strong Beginnings for Great Endings in AP Human Geography," August 26, 2015.
  2. Jody Smothers-Marcello, "Do The MAP! Engaging Students In Critical Map Analysis," September 9, 2015.
  3. Michael Robinson, "Apparently, I'm A DINK: Discussing Interesting Population Terms, Topics, Lessons, and Resources," September 16, 2015.
  4. Sharon Shelerud, "Successful Strategies for Teaching Freshmen in AP Human Geography," September 23, 2015.
  5. Charlie Fitzpatrick, "ConnectED Geography: My students can use, make, and share online maps for free?," October 7, 2015.
  6. Joseph Kerski, "Teaching and Learning with Geocaching: Outdoor High Tech Treasure Hunts," October 21, 2015.
  7. Julie Wakefield, Greg Hill, Elizabeth Rasmussen, "Seeing the World: Using Travel and Study Experiences in Your Classroom," November 4, 2015.
  8. Peter Spiegel, "Teaching and Learning with Google Earth," November 18, 2015.
  9. Joseph Kerski, "Mapping Your Stories With Esri StoryMaps," December 2, 2015.
  10. Jennifer Garner, "Navigating Social Media to Develop Your Professional Learning Network, " December 9, 2015.
  11. Tom Wurst, "Speaking the Language of Geography: Acquiring a Meaningful Vocabulary," January 20, 2016.
  12. Lisa Benton-Short, "Cool New Trends in Urban Geography," January 27, 2016.
  13. Sarah Bednarz, "Implementing Spatial Thinking in the Classroom," February 10, 2016.
  14. Don Ziegler, "The Search for Sustainable Boundaries in the Middle East," February 24, 2016.
  15. Donielle Albrecht, "Promoting Student Engagement and Critical Thinking in the Geography Classroom," March 10, 2016.

 

2014 - 2015
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  1. Dr. Paul Nagel, Dr. Joseph Stoltman, Dr. Robert Morrill and James Hauf, "Sparking Curiosity - Geography, the C3 Framework and the Inquiry Arc," September 3, 2014.
  2. Charlie Fitzpatrick, "ArcGIS Online, ConnectED, and GeoMentors - A Beautiful Friendship," September 10, 2014. 
  3. Phil Klein, "Teaching Collaborations in APHG and Beyond," September 24, 2014. 
  4. Justine Kendall, "Are you ready for Geography Awareness Week?" October 1, 2014. 
  5. Parisa Watson, "Incorporating Technology and Social Media into Human Geography, October 22, 2014.
  6. Greg Sherwin, "Observing Cultural Landscapes Everywhere You Go," October 29, 2014. 
  7. Dave Johnson and Rebecca Bush, "Ask Me about PASST," November 5, 2014. 
  8. Dr. David Padgett, "Investigating Food Deserts with Inner City Service Learning Projects," November 19, 2014. 
  9. Dr. Joseph Kerski, "Spatial Analysis in your Browser," December 3, 2014. 
  10. Michael Tornetto, "Prezi Presentations for the Classroom: Effective Design and Best Practice," January 7, 2015. 
  11. Sean O'Connor, Anne Haywood & Lydia Lewis, "Spatial Thinking & Map Skills for Elementary Students," January 14, 2015.
  12. Taylor Kendal, "Geography Digitized- Teaching with Library of Congress Primary Sources," January 21, 2015. 
  13. Allison Hunt, "Contemporary Political Geography in Human Geography," January 28, 2015. 
  14. Dr. Phil Gersmehl, "Exploring Histograms," February 11, 2015.
  15. Dr. Tom Baker, "Using Esri's Story Maps in Geography," February 25, 2015. 
  16. Dr. Mike Jabot, "Exploring Geography with the Next Generation Science Standards," March 4, 2015.
  17. Betsy Arntzen, "Backbone of the Americas - Geography of the Rocky Mountains," March 18, 2015. 
  18. Dan Snyder, "Understanding the Impact of the Three Agricultural Revolutions," March 25, 2015. 
  19. Michael Robinson, Joe Stoltman and Jongnam Choi, "South Korea's Dokdo and East Sea Territorial and Name Disputes," April 1, 2015. 
  20. Roni Jones, "National Geographic Map Maker Interactive goes Mobile," April 8, 2015.
  21. Steven Johnson and Niem Huynh, "The Educator's Introduction to OpenStreetMap," April 29, 2015.


2013 - 2014
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1. Dr. Brenda Barr and Christina Riska, "Getting to the Core with Geographic Connections," August 28, 2013.
2. Amy Bridgewater, "Making Urban Geography Real to Your Students Using Local Geography," September 11, 2013.
3. Charlie Fitzpatrick, "ArcGIS Online and the Places You Can Go," September 18, 2013.
4. Justine Kendall and Kim Hulse, "Geography and the New Age of Exploration," October 2, 2013.
5. Adalia Davis, " Building Background Knowledge for Human Geography," October 9, 2013.
6. Dr. Larry Brown, "My Backyard is a World Wide Web," November 13, 2013.
7. Barbaree Duke, "GIS and English Language Arts: A Beautiful Friendship," November 20, 2013.
8. Fred Hoffman, "Getting to Know Remote Sensing Basics for any Classroom," December 4, 2013.
9. Dr. Joseph Kerski, "Spelunking for Data and Exploring Analytical Tools in ArcGIS Online," December 11, 2014.
10. Cynthia Cullen, "Bringing Literature into the Geography Classroom," January 8, 2014.
11. Judy Lucas, "What Every Teacher Needs to Know about Space Photography," January 15, 2014.
12. Nadine Fabbi, "Arctic as an Emerging Region in the World," January 22, 2014.
13. Dr. Audrey Mohan & Dr. Emily Schell, "Geography PD that Works: Designing Better Professional Development Learning Programs for Teachers," January 29, 2014.
14. Dr. Don Ziegler, "The Law of the Sea: Geographic Dimensions," February 5, 2014.
15. Dr. Daniel Edelson, "New Directions in Interactive Mapping from National Geographic, February 12, 2014.
16. Allison Hunt, "Teaching Economic Geography in Advanced Placement Human Geography," February 19, 2014.
17. Sue Bickford with Allegra Rosler, "Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: A new way to see," March 19, 2014.
18. Dr. Anne Knowles, "GIS for History," April 2, 2014.
19. Tom Baker, "Mapping Your Data with ArcGIS Online," April 16, 2014.
20. Michael Robinson, "Using HDI to Teach Development: Creating Unique Development Activities for the Classroom," May 7, 2014.

2012 - 2013
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1. Susan Gallagher, "Meet the New Geography Standards", August 29, 2012
2. Charlie Fitzpatrick, "Getting Started with ArcGIS Online", September 5,2012
3. Seth Dixon, "Social Media for the Geography Classroom", September 12, 2012
4. Dr. Liz Hinde, "Reading, Geography and ELL Students", September 19,2012
5. Karen Reagor, "Changing Energy Behaviors in Schools and Communities", September 26, 2012
6. Bob Lang, "Using Gapminder in Education", October 10,2012
7. Sharon Shelerud and Brad Pearl "Tips for Teaching Geography to 9th Graders and At-Risk Students", October 17,2012
8. Megan Patent-Nygren, "Integrating Geospatial Tech & the Legos NXT Robot", November 7, 2012
9. Chris Brunin, "Mapping History: Using GIS in the History Classroom", November 14, 2012
10. Don Ziegler, "Teaching Perspectives on World Political Geography", December 5, 2012
11. Logan Smalley, Jordan Reeves, Bedirhan Cinar, Stephanie Lo, "TED Videos in the Classroom", January 16, 2013
12. Dr. Erin Fouberg, "Teaching Race and Gender in Human Geography", January 23, 2013
13. Terry Keramaris, "Mapping Alternatives with Maps 101," January 30, 2013
14. Amy Lilienfeld, "Teaching Drinking Water Protection," February 6, 2013
15. Karen Maloley and Cynthia Resor, "Organizing a Geography Conference for Pre-Service Teachers," February 13, 2013
16. Niem Huynh, Audrey Mohan and Jill Wertheim, "Road Map for 21st Century Geography Education: Assessment, Geography Education Research, Instructional Materials and Professional Development," February 20, 2013
17. Kelly Swanson, "How to Write Good Essay Questions," March 13, 2013
18. Rich Schultz and Joseph Kerski, "Professional Development Opportunity: APHG Graduate Certificate Program," March 20, 2013
19. Paul Nagel, "Critical Thinking, Life Lists, and Thinking Geographically," March 27, 2013
20. Tom Baker, "Create your own Geography Field Study," April 17, 2013.
21. David McDowell, "Canada, the Northern Neighbour," May 15, 2013.

2011 - 2012
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1. Margaret Chernosky: "Geography Class Goes Geospatial" August 24, 2011
2. Sharon Shelerud: "Navigating the Challenges of Teaching APHG to 9th Graders" September 14, 2011
3. Charlie Fitzpatrick with intro for APHG by Jody Smothers-Marcello: "Analyzing Data with Online Mapping" September 27, 2011
4. Jody Smothers-Marcello: "A Constructivist Approach to Human Geography" October 20, 2011
5. Joseph Kerski "Weird Earth: Analyzing the Unusual & Mysterious in ArcGIS Online" Oct. 26, 2011
6. Daniel Raven-Ellison "Mission: Explore the Adventure in Your Community" Nov. 2, 2011
7. Joseph Kerski "Analyzing 10 Landscapes with ArcGIS Online" Nov. 16, 2011
8. Herb Thompson "A Geographic View of World History" Dec. 07, 2011
9. Dave Lanegran " Exploring Agricultural Geography" Dec. 12, 2011
10. Dan Berry "Using Census Tracts to Understand Urban Geography Concepts" Jan. 11, 2012
11. Bob Coulter "MAPematical Thinking for Tweens" Jan. 18, 2012
12. Charlie Fitzpatrick "Where do You Start with GIS in Education?" Feb. 8, 2012
13. Gary Lewis with Davida Buehler "Putting together Earth's Puzzle: Plate Tectonics" Feb. 15, 2012
14. John Trites "National Conception Day...A Great Idea?" Feb. 22, 2012
15. Ken Keller "Tried & True: A Veteran Teacher's Approach to APHG Exam Prep" Mar 22, 2012
16. Susan Gallagher Heffron "The Geographic Advantage: Supporting Online Investigations in the Classroom" Mar 28, 2012
17. Bob Kolvoord "Starting Your Own Geospatial Semester" Apr 4, 2012
18. Diana Sinton and Nora S. Newcombe "Space, Place & Relationships: Exploring Spatial Cognition in 2012 and Beyond' Apr 11, 2012
19. Tom Baker "10 Tips for Easy Geotagging in Any Classroom" April 18, 2012
20. Ashok Wadwani, Roger and Anita Palmer, Eric Schudiske "Exploring GPS, Geocaching & the Geography Classroom" May 9,2012

2010 - 2011
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1. Carol Gersmehl: "Erie Canal Birds Eye View", July 2010
2. Joseph Kerski:"Teaching and Learning with Web GIS", Aug. 2010
3. Tom Baker:"GeoTagging Photos", Sept. 2010
4. Bob Coulter:"Place-Based Education", Oct. 2010
5. Diana Stuart Sinton:"Spatial Thinking", Nov. 2010
6. Shannon White:"Seeking Grants for the Classroom", Dec. 2010
7. Roger Palmer: "Secrets of the Babbling Brook: What can Water Say?", Jan. 2011
8. Bob Lang: "Landscapes to Learning: GIS, Photography and Travel in the Classroom", Feb. 2011
9. Ken Keller: "Preparing for the APHG Test" March 23, 2011
10. Charlie Fitzpatrick: "10 Easy Web Mapping Tips to use in the Classroom Tomorrow" March30, 2011
11. Susan Gallagher Heffron: "Teaching about Global Climate Change" April 28, 2011
12. Joseph Kerski: "Fast and Fun Geo-Web 2.0Activities for End of the School Year"
13. Neal Lineback: "Patterns, Trends and Analysis: Utilizing Current Events in the Classroom" June 7, 2011

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