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Teaching Food and Famine

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SUMMARY This seminar will offer an overview of Middle East food studies and tools for teachers to implement in the classroom. We will work with an exercise that incorporates recipes for active student learning that bridges theory and practice. Questions of nationalism, class, and gender will be at the center of our inquiry. PRESENTER INFORMATION […]

AP Review News You Can Use

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Summary Do you need advice on how to prepare students for the AP exam? Or do you have a great strategy you want to share? Then come to the AP REVIEW webinar question and answer session where expert teachers (insert names here) will share their strategies and offer advice on the best way to prepare […]

Webinar: APHG StoryMaps – The Travels of a T-Shirt

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Summary ArcGIS StoryMaps from ESRI are an engaging way to allow students to interact with a variety of different content. StoryMaps incorporate text, graphics, videos and maps to tell a compelling story that students are able to peruse at their own pace. This presentation will show how to use them in class and ideas of […]

AP Review

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Summary In partnership with College Board, this webinar will provide strategies and ideas to help prepare your students for the AP exam. There will be McQ strategies, review of the FRQ task verbs and an overview of the exam itself. Presenters: Lisa Benton-Short, David Valdez,  and Julie Wakefield Webinar Access #Open Access | Join HERE

Strategies for Teaching the Internal Structures of Cities

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CANCELLED: Due to unforeseen circumstances this event has been cancelled.  A reschedule date coming soon, please check back. Summary This presentation will share the popular teaching strategy and activity of Speed dating. See how the presenter uses this strategy for teaching Topic 6.5 - the Internal Structure of Cities and how this strategy can be […]

ESRI Map Competition

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Summary 2022-23 Competition Meetup Series A quartet of meetups (=webinars) for state leaders and educators. These are aimed at adults who want to help students participate effectively. (Hint: There are instances where you can see "the power of one," but best success "takes a village.") Meetups will be recorded and available to the public. Each […]

Embedding Outdoor Learning into everyday Geography lessons

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Summary This presentation will focus on identifying opportunities that exist to utilize the outdoors as a part of geography education. Geography teachers and practitioners are known as some of the best in using the outdoors to enhance teaching and learning outcomes; however, this field is rapidly evolving. Join this session to engage in conversations surrounding […]

Geography and Identity in the 2022 World Cup

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Summary In this webinar, discussion on how geography can shape identity and vice versa (ex: how the Moroccan world cup team was claimed by both Arab fans/audiences as an 'Arab' team and also by African audiences - as well as the myriad political and cultural issues that surround the distinctions).   About the Presenter: Graham […]

AP Human Geography: Tricks and Tips for Unit 6, Urban Patterns

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Summary This webinar will share some strategies and activities for teaching the urban models in Unit 6. This is always challenging for the students. The presenters will provide teaching strategies and applications of the models. Presenters: Seth Dixon, Kelly Glos and Corey Merril Webinar Access #member-only access | Join

Interactive Clickable Maps for K-12 Geography

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Summary Interactive (“clickable”) maps are a tool to focus student attention on just one or two selected topics at a time. Reducing distracting clutter can make it easier for students to acquire and use specific skills of spatial reasoning. Careful selection of topics can promote thoughtful inquiry in primary school and at the same time […]

Your State in 5 Maps

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Summary Harnessing the digital scholarship tools and resources of New American History, explore history, geography and civics in your own backyard through a series of digital maps and tools designed to engage students through inquiry-based learning. About the Presenter: Annie Evans is the Director of Education and Outreach for New American History at the University […]

GeoCamp Iceland

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Summary This webinar introduces NCGE’s GeoCamp Iceland professional development program. Past program leaders Ellen Foster and Jeff Lash are joined by 2021 participant Debra Troxel to introduce the program, share experiences, discuss registration, and address potential GeoCamper questions Webinar Access #Open Access | JOIN WEBINAR