For the moment, this is a placeholder page that will eventually house presentation resources for my three co-presentations.
- Baker, T.R., Jo, I, Duke, B. (Nov). Advance Your Geospatial Technology – Empowered by Your Curriculum Standards.
- Palmer, A. & Baker, T.R. Interactive Mapping Infuses Geography Across the Curriculum.
- Shin, E., Bednarz, S., & multiple presenters. (Nov). Panel on Spatial Citizenship. CUFA/NCSS.
This page has links and resources from the presentation to the Missouri Social Studies teachers on November 12, 2019,. in Jefferson City, MO.
The latest from Carte Diem Press is a Third Edition of this popular book from Tom and Roger on field studies includes the technology and how to information to implement into many settings. The 3rd Edition includes drones, programming, Raspberry Pi, and updated workflows… and an online companion.
We created this resource for educators who want to do research with learners –typically classroom teachers working with their students in Earth Systems or Environmental Science, Geography, or History. The book would also be useful to those running outdoor education or field research programs for students of all ages; however, as the title suggests, we do focus on tech-enabled methods, tools, and analysis. Most of the content assumes that the research will be conducted outside or “in the field”. We believe it will provide powerful justification to include these projects in your classes. we believe this volume would make a great addition to any reference library on field research techniques.
Order at GISetc. >>
I’m delighted to share a chapter with Curtis and Millsaps in this new book from Shin and Bednarz!
Spatial Citizenship Education: Citizenship through Geography (Shin and Bednarz, 2019) is the inaugural book exploring the contribution of geographic education (and geographic technologies and spatial thinking) to the development of the citizen. It describes citizenship development through a rich understanding of spatial and geographic narratives. The book includes a history of geographic education as well as theoretical and conceptual elements of the work of geography education. Geography teachers, teacher educators, and GIS education researchers should consider this volume as a critical contribution to their well-rounded library.
- Conceptualizing spatial citizenship
- Geography as a social study
- Geography, capabilities, and the educated person
- The spatial production and navigation of vulnerable citizens
- Citizenship education in a spatially enabled world
- Rediscovering the local
- Cultivating student citizens
- Geotechnologies and the spatial citizen
- Informed citizenry starts in the preschool and elementary grades – and with geography
- Spatial citizenship in the secondary geography curriculum
- Spatial citizenship in the geography/social studies teacher education
Amazon link to the book.