Events

Applying Geographic Thinking Skills with Your Learners

When confronted with any issue, geographers ask three important questions: Where is it? Why is it there? Why do we care? Geographic thinking can be applied with learners at any […]

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NCGE Virtual Annual Meeting: Professional Development Super Saturday Kickoff

A professional development initiative designed to fit your lifestyle and support you in delivering quality geography education by offering a Super Saturday Kickoff that continues all year long. 

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Invitations to Inquiry with FieldScope: Engaging Students with Community & Citizen Science Data

Do you want to support kids in working with maps, graphs, and community and citizen science data sets? BSCS Science Learning has developed Invitations to Inquiry with FieldScope, free instructional […]

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Using Personal Travel to Enrich Geography Lessons

This session will model methods for incorporating materials collected from personal travel experiences, and also provide information on organizations and fellowships that are available to teachers to help them travel. […]

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Cartooning in a Geography Classroom

Cartooning in a Geography Classroom uses a PowerPoint presentation to explore the use of newspaper cartoons in grade 7 -12 classrooms.  After examining the types of newspaper cartooning, participants receive […]

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The Multimedia Art Approach to Geography in the Classroom

When students are able to use a hands-on approach to the learning of different types of geographical perspectives they become better learners.  This session will show you how to incorporate […]

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AAG 2022 NYC Annual Meeting

The conference will feature more than 6,000 presentations, posters, workshops, and field trips by leading scholars, experts, and researchers.

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