Webinar Series: National Geographic's Geo-Inquiry Framework supporting Implementation of C3
Tuesdays, March 12 and 19, 2019
7:00pm ET / 4:00pm PT
Geo-Inquiry is an exciting new integrated, project-based process that connects students to real-world questions, National Geographic explorers and components of civic action. Created in collaboration with the Buck Institute, The Center for Civic Education and ESRI these sessions will introduce participants to strategies that develop the critical thinking skills needed to: ask questions, collect information, use GIS to visualize data, create a compelling story using photography and videography tips, and ultimately become advocates for change in their local community.
Participants will explore how to apply video and photography tips in telling a compelling story, use a geographic question generator tool to create deeper questions, and discuss case studies for use in the classroom and implications of GIS/Mapping in the classroom.
Presenters: Brenda Barr, Director, National Geographic Society, Carmichael, CA;
Mary Ford, Director of Education Programs, National Geographic Society, Washington, DC
Fee: $25 members/$50 non-members
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