Webinar

Digital Storytelling in the Geography Classroom

Webinar

Summary: In this webinar, filmmaker and professor of digital storytelling, Dr. Imani Cheers will present her expertise on digital storytelling in the classroom, which she uses as a way to document and share critical environmental and social issues. She will share her research and filming experiences in South Africa, Namibia, and Palestine, documenting systems of […]

5 Ways To Teach About Scale With Interactive Maps

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Summary Discover engaging interactive ways to teach about the important concept of map scale across population, rivers, and other geographic themes. About the Presenter         Joseph Kerski is a lifelong geographer who conducts faculty development workshops, serves on the Esri Education team, served as NCGE president, and teaches in a variety of […]

Jewish Immigration to America: 1880-1924

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Summary This session will explore Jewish immigration to the United States in the early 20th century. Participants will receive the context for Jewish immigration between 1880-1924, discuss the various push and pull factors that brought Jewish immigrants to America, understand the cultural pressures and contributions of Jewish Americans, and grapple with the repercussions of the […]