Derek H. Alderman Derek H. Alderman is Professor of Geography at the University of Tennessee, where he teaches and researches culture and historical geography, race and (anti)racism, and the Civil […]

Schedule and Program

Start – End Session 12:00 – 12:15 Welcome 12:15 – 1:00 Keynote 1:05 – 1:50 Break-out Sessions/Workshops 2:05 -2:50 Break-out Sessions/Workshops 3:05 – 3:50 Break-out Sessions/Workshops 4:05 – 4:50 Break-out […]

GeoCamp Iceland Coursework

GeoCamp Iceland – 2021 Course Information Instructors Ellen J. Foster, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Secondary Social Studies EducationThe University of Mississippiejfoster@olemiss.edu Rebecca Dodge, Ph.D.Professor EmeritusMidwestern State Universityrebecca.dodge@msutexas.edu Jeff Lash, Ph.DAssociate Professor […]


NCGE is currently working toward offer continuing education hours to teachers. We will update information as it becomes available.   

Travel Planning

Pre-Trip WebinarsWebinar 1 – Webinar | PresentationWebinar 2 – Webinar | PresentationWebinar 3 – Webinar | Presentation | Chat Flight PlanningWhen making travel arrangements, participants should be prepared to start on the morning of 30 […]

2021 Itinerary

2022 Itinerary: The 2022 program itinerary is currently not available.  Please continue to check back for updates.  In order to gain a general idea of what a day during GeoCamp […]

How to Teach APHG in One Semester

This resource includes a complete set of by-unit calendars showing how to condense the AP Human Geography course into one semester. Provided by Lisa Sanders, an APHG Reader and NCGE Member teacher from Minnesota, who has been teaching APHG for over a decade.

old-Connecting Educators

We provide a global forum for educators of all levels to exchange ideas and engage in professional learning opportunities to improve their geography teaching.

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Professional development not only allows teachers to learn new teaching styles, techniques, and tips, but also interact with educators from other areas in order to improve their own teaching.