Learn how to integrate geography, history, natural resources and economic development by using 3D symbols to mark major rivers, basins, mountains, non-renewable and renewable energy resources on an interactive floor map.
Explore Northeast Asia through geopolitical lenses. Boundaries, geographical names, and territorial claims give rise to tensions that ripple through the region. Engage the underlying currents of those land/water issues.
Engage students in an inquiry lesson requiring questioning, discussion, and argumentation drawing from multiple sources. Practice four inquiry strategies from the lesson to explore the European refugee debate.
Real estate maps are seemingly mundane tools for shaping ideas about place. However, a critical assessment of these maps can help students explore the linkage between place-construction and social (in)justice.
Imagine students becoming geographers--formulating research questions, collecting data in the field, mapping and graphing data, and collaborating with peers globally to solve local, regional, and international problems.