The decennial census will affect multiple facets of research, teaching, and service for geographers throughout the United States. This panel session will explore resources supporting educational activities for elementary, secondary, and post-secondary classrooms in preparation for the 2020 Census in April. Topics include an overview of what the Census Bureau does the other nine years, historical and international perspectives, a day in the life of a Census Bureau geographer, as well as understanding and using geography tools, such as Census Data Mapper and Census Flows Mapper and geospatial technology lessons. Audience members will be encouraged to share their approaches to teaching about the process and importance of the Census.
|Introduction||Rebecca Theobald University of Colorado Colorado Springs||15|
|Panelist||Michael Ratcliffe U.S. Bureau Of the Census||15|
|Panelist||Joseph Kerski Esri||15|
|Panelist||Anita Palmer GISetc||15|
|Panelist||Charles Regan National Council for Geographic Education||15|
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