We are running this virtual session as an asynchronous flipped session. We invite you to watch the presentations before the scheduled session, and then participate in a live Q&A and discussion during the scheduled session period.
This session brings together results and reflections on the use and impact of geospatial technologies and techniques for pedagogy in primary, secondary, and post-secondary education.
|Presenter||Emily A Fogarty*, Farmingdale State College, Geospatial Technology and Geographic Inquiry Integration in the K12 classroom: A review and analysis of the existing literature||15||10:15 AM|
|Presenter||Dawna Cerney*, Youngstown State University, Lynn Moorman, Mount Royal University, Dianna Gielstra, National American University, Ellen Foster, University of Mississippi, Niccole Cerveny , Mesa Community College , Good Bye Maps Hello Apps: Enabling Teachers, and Learners to Engage in Geography Subjects Through Smartphone Apps||15||10:30 AM|
|Presenter||Christopher Krause*, University of South Carolina, Undergraduate Perspectives on Introductory GIS Courses||15||10:45 AM|
|Presenter||Bob Kolvoord*, James Madison University, Emily Grossnickle Peterson, American University, David Uttal, Northwestern University, Adam Green, Georgetown University, How Does Extended GIS Use Impact Spatial Thinking?||15||11:00 AM|
|Presenter||Michael Minn*, Farmingdale State College, The Geography of Geography: Spatial Insights From the AAG Guide to Geography Programs In The Americas||15||11:15 AM|
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