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JosephKerski
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This article describes the Barbara Petchenik Children's Map Competition, which is open to US students 15 years old and under.

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TomBaker
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Be sure to drop by the Esri booth #336 at the 2024 Conference on Science Education in Denver, CO.  

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TomBaker
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Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs exist in nearly every school district in the United States.  Their primary purpose? Prepare kids for careers.

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JosephKerski
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I have created a complete modern course in Cartographic Design and am sharing it with the community for their own use.  

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CharlieFitzpatrick
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Want to help an educator get started using GIS? It's easy for those in social studies ... and beyond.

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JosephKerski
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In this essay and in video form, I describe strategies and model those strategies and methods in teaching about equity and ethics. 

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JosephKerski
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One of the topics I frequently write and teach about is how to find, evaluate, and use geospatial data.  Given the advance of the open data movement, the plethora of geospatial data libraries, portals, and Hub sites, and the increasing ease of bringing that data into ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, and other tools, is such a course still needed?  I submit that it is needed more than ever, for the reasons I describe in this article.  This article also contains the content for this much-needed course. 

 

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JosephKerski
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This essay announces and describes a new book that I was honored to write with Dr Sandra Arlinghaus and Dr Bill Arlinghaus, entitled Teaching Mathematics Using Interactive Mapping.  

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JosephKerski
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This essay discusses how Diversity Equity and Inclusion themes can be effectively taught with GIS in a faculty professional development institute, using an example of a four-day institute.  This essay was written in the hopes that the resources shared will be useful for others seeking to infuse DEI topics into their own research and teaching.

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JosephKerski
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This essay describes selected maps and listings from which GIS programs can be searched and investigated.  These maps and listings may be helpful for students seeking certificates, courses, and degree programs, as well as faculty seeking employment. 

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