• 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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  • GeoInquiries™ on your school's ArcGIS Online organization

    If you are interested in a copy of all nine GeoInquiry™ collections including the new Level 2 activities on your school/district organization, send an email to geoinquiries@esri.comwith the following information...
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  • About GeoInquiries

    6-minute mp4 movie showing what GeoInquiries are (short lessons using ArcGIS Online), where to find them (esri.com/geoinquiries), how to operate within them (easily!), and even how to teach with them (powerfully). Sh...
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  • GeoInquiries Map and Data Search

    The experimental GeoInquiry search tool allows an instructional designer or advanced GeoInquiry user to search GeoInquiry maps and data for keywords (and optionally add that data to their own map).  The...
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  • Fun with GIS 240: Teaching with GeoInquiries

    GeoInquiries(TM) have revolutionized “teaching with GIS,” by making this remarkable technology accessible even to teachers with modest technology, tech skills, and instructional time. In 2014, Esri started...
  • Getting Teachers Started with GIS

    New article in ArcNews! Useful ideas for sharing with educator colleagues: GeoInquiries Can Help Educators Teach Their Subjects More Effectively  Read more at: Getting Teachers Started with GIS 
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  • Using Single Sign-On in Schools for User Management in ArcGIS Online

    Large-scale student management in an ArcGIS Online organization subscription can be challenging. The Esri Schools Team recommends becoming familiar with best practices as outlined in this PDF.   Single sign...
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  • 2019 ArcGIS Online Competition for US HS+MS Students

    With skill, passion, and analysis, high school and middle school students are exploring their world and creating maps with ArcGIS . Esri challenges US students to create and share projects about something in their hom...
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  • Level 2 GeoInquiries: Analysis

    We're pleased to announce that we have released a new type of GeoInquiry, the Level 2 activity!     Level 2 GeoInquiries do analysis with ArcGIS Online, typically using the same great maps and activiti...
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  • New GeoInquiries Landing Page

    See the new GeoInquiries landing page at www.esri.com/geoinquiries     The new page includes all nine collections plus the new level II content!
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  • Geoinquiries Replication Guide

    Hello!  I was told at the Ed Summit there was a Geoinquiries Replication guide, but I have not been able to find it.  Does anyone know where I can find it?  Thanks in advance!
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  • Government and Civics GeoInquiries!

    The Government and Civics GeoInquiry collection from Esri is now available for public testing and review.  Visit http://esriurl.com/govGeoInquiries to learn more.  Activities cover topics including elec...
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  • April Teacher Video Challenge Winner

    Learn how one science teacher "steps up" his instruction with GIS throughout the school year.  Explore the April winner from Minnesota! Visit the Teacher Video Challenge project.
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  • Spring 2018 GeoInquiry Student Survey

    We are seeking educators who are willing to let their students take an online spatial “Habits of Mind” survey.    To be considered eligible for the survey, teachers must have: delivere...
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  • New 2018 GeoInquiries

    A new collection of GeoInquiries for social studies classrooms is under development and is expected to release for public beta testing during May.  Follow this page for updates.  If you would like to sign-up...
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  • October classroom theme: The fall

    This month’s theme focuses on instructional content typically taught during Autumn, while reminding us that human advancement seldom occurs without struggle.   American Literature: Poe & the Red Deat...
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  • Teaching about natural disasters – hurricanes and earthquakes across the school curriculum

    The human impact of the natural disasters occurring in North America in the last few weeks has been staggering – the result of a complex story of earth’s natural systems and human activities.  In...
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