2017 Esri GeoInquiry™ collections

Blog Post created by tbaker-esristaff Employee on Jun 14, 2017

The three new 2017 Esri GeoInquiry collections are now available.  Although the field testing is ongoing, you’ll find the 45 new maps and activities and over 250 new data services supporting mainstream K12 educators posted.  Feel free to share: esri.com/geoinquiries .




American Literature GeoInquirieshttp://esriurl.com/litGeoInquiries

  • Beyond religion: Scarlet Letter
  • Virus of Fear: Witchcraft in Salem
  • Poe and the Red Death
  • The Red Badge of Courage
  • Twain: Travel Blogger
  • Hurricane Warning
  • Our Town, Your Town
  • Gatsby: Then and now
  • The mockingbird sings for freedom
  • Depression, dust and Steinbeck
  • Hiroshima
  • Dr. King's Road to a Birmingham Jail
  • Finding Mango Street
  • F451: Ban or burn the books
  • Serving the Wild


Mathematics GeoInquirieshttp://esriurl.com/mathGeoInquiries

  • Rates and proportions: A lost beach
  • D=R*T
  • Linear models
  • How much rain? Linear equations
  • Rates of population change
  • Distance and midpoint
  • Coordinate plane
  • Euclidean vs Non-Euclidean
  • Area & perimeter at the mall
  • Measuring crop circles
  • Areas of complex figures
  • Similar triangles
  • Perpendicular bisectors
  • Centers of Triangles
  • Volume and pyramids


World History GeoInquirieshttp://esriurl.com/worldHistoryGeoInquiries

  • Medieval Europe: Invasions
  • Cradles of civilization
  • Post-WWI and The League of Nations
  • The Reformation
  • Africa's bounty and borders
  • African independence
  • Silk Road: Then and Now
  • The Crusades
  • Russian expansion to the sea
  • The first Industrial Revolution
  • Early European exploration
  • Trade and the Black Death
  • The Age of Napoleon
  • Latin American independence
  • International Cooperation