Using HGIS (historical geographic information systems), delve into new ways of viewing intersections of historical evidence of genocide, the Ten Stages of Genocide, and geographical approaches to illustrate historical events.
Discover creative writing strategies that advance geographic inquiry and action. Writing allows students to identify, analyze, and respond to issues that arise from historic and contemporary human relationships with geography.
Draw lines for your state's legislative districts using geospatial technology. Combine history, geography, and civics to explore state population shifts, techniques to identify gerrymandering, and approaches to conducting fair elections.
Experience how interpretive, formative assessments--performance-based assignments that creatively and authentically engage learners--can support the wise practice of problem-based geographic inquiry, develop ethical reasoning, and promote civic competence.