For many, the first post-Ph.D. position puts early-career faculty in a classroom teaching an introduction to GIS course, one that many may not have experience teaching prior. Most graduate students in geography have taken a GIS course or two, but most have never taught it. This panel session is meant as a way to compare notes on how to teach an introduction to GIS course. It will bring together a diverse group of geographers, all who currently or have in the past taught intro to GIS. The panelists will share their experience teaching the course, their format for the course, and what does and does not work in the classroom (projects vs. exams, teaching both lecture and lab vs. teaching lecture with TAs teaching labs, types of projects, etc., ESRI software vs. others, hybrid vs. face-2-face vs. online). Anyone interested is invited to also share their experiences in teaching the course, along with ideas on how to give students the best experience concerning learning GIS.
|Panelist||Forrest Bowlick University of Massachusetts - Amherst||15||1:30 PM|
|Panelist||Jonathan Fleming Samford University||15||1:45 PM|
|Panelist||Zebulon Wallace Minot State University||15||2:00 PM|
|Panelist||Caroline McClure Georgia State University||15||2:15 PM|
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