Discover historical geographer D.W. Meinig's methods of viewing everyday hometown landscapes in this interactive hands-on workshop presentation. Student engagement and lessons for all grade levels will be emphasized.
With the C3 Framework's powerful re-framing of content knowledge, there is an important opportunity to turn the tide of geographic illiteracy and recommit to geography's systematic knowledge with purpose.
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.