Learn how an inquiry-based geography process effectively advances students' geography, inquiry, literacy, and civic engagement abilities by taking informed action to make the world around us a better place.
Make your partnerships a win-win! Using case studies from Washington, D.C., and Hawai'i's work with National Geographic, learn the principles and practices necessary to create effective partnerships for your districts!
Using the city as a laboratory transforms the methodology and content of the social studies curriculum. It becomes a powerful, engaging, integrating, and puzzling tool for students to understand their context.
Examine how conflicts over geographical names (past/present) denote the rise and fall of political regimes, the expansion and contraction of powerful empires, and the enduring influence of indigenous cultures.