Engage with landscape as text through analyzing traces in the urban morphology of La Plata, Maryland, a classic example of Environment-Human interactions that changed the cultural and economic landscapes.
Engage with landscape as text through analyzing traces in the urban morphology of La Plata, Maryland, a classic example of environment-human interactions that changed the cultural and economic landscapes.
Learn about the primary resources the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) can provide your class (maps! postcards!) and see how you can incorporate a story of a freedman's farm in your classroom.
Learn how to identify and access free virtual reality to help bring history to life. Leave with the enthusiasm and confidence you need to take students on virtual field trips. Beginners and the reluctant are welcome!
How can student expectations of a world regional geography course be used to inform topic selection, discussion, and activities? Strategies to increase interest in geography careers will also be discussed.
Explore ways to incorporate service learning into geography/social studies courses. The Mill Street Project had community college students exploring the potential impacts of downtown redevelopment upon an adjacent lower-income neighborhood.
Shipwrecks and burial mounds are engaging inquiry topics, providing insights about economic development, trade networks, political relations, and cultural preferences. Receive workmaps, data, and access to interactive presentations.