• More than Capitals, Rivers, and Climate Maps

    Here is another article that may be of interest - Originally written for the Virginia Journal of Education, the article was republised in this winter's ArcUser magazine. I hope the article helps capture the amazing po...
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  • Five Reasons to Use GeoInquiries in the Classroom

    This article appeared in the National Council for History Education's History Matters newsletter.      The highlights the value of GeoInquiries to promote geohistorical inquiry in the classroom.
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  • Using GIS & GeoInquiries to Enhance History Instruction

    This article was featured in the Organization of American Historians' Journal of American History.   Using Geospatial Technologies to Explore the Layers of Our Past The American Historian, May 2018Organ...
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  • GeoInquiry™ publications

    If you publish a chapter, article, or conference proceeding that substantially involves GeoInquiries, would you  post a note here?   https://community.esri.com/groups/k12-instruction/projects/geoinquiries/co...
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  • Book: GIS for Teachers

    GIS for Teachers – A Guide to Authentic K-12 Integration and Application   Grounded in real experience, free resources (GeoInquiries), and the ArcGIS platform, GIS for Teachers: A Guide to Authentic K-...
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  • Research: Geospatial technologies in mainstream classrooms

    Geospatial technologies in mainstream classrooms: A brief examination of pedagogical diffusion Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference, Mar 26, 2018 in Washington, D.C., Un...
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  • Article: Dive into history GeoInquiries

     How could a map change the way your students understand history?  Immerse students in the geography of the 1930’s U.S. Dust Bowl. Use population change, agricultural patterns, and precipitation to hel...
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  • Article: Quickly Customizing Instructional Materials to Meet Your Needs

    Mass customization is a growing tech trend, including software that is created to respond to learners as they progress. As teachers, we often differentiate to engage learners, so we need materials that can be tweaked ...
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  • Article: Free, Fun, Interactive lessons

    Regardless of your subject area or grade level, you can incorporate fun, interactive geotechnology lessons that will enhance your students’ learning experiences. GeoInquiries are free, fast, and easy-to-use...
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  • ResearchGate

    For those interested in additional publications and educational research involving GeoInquiries, be sure to explore the GeoInquiries Project on ResearchGate (Research Gate). Head over to the project >>   &#...
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  • Article: Maps and Data for Everyone

    Ever want to take a quick, deep-dive into a map found in your students’ textbooks? Ever want to use a web-based map to bring that static, print map to life? Maybe the map you’re using would be better with ...
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