Geospatial Topics : Magic with Lyn and KK
Lyn Malone (Worldviews GIS) and Kathryn Keranen (James Madison University)
are pioneers in the integration of geospatial technologies in classrooms.
They know their stuff.
This workshop is part of the 2018 Summer Spatial Institute
Date and location:
August 1-2, 2018, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Hopkinton Middle High School, Contoocook, NH
Geospatial Magic with Lyn and KK
Lyn and KK are true educator’s educators, they both have extensive classroom experience, have created award winning lesson collections, published many books on geospatial education, and provided some of the best professional development that the GeoPriSM facilitators have experienced. Both also model the philosophy of “never stop learning” and continue to stretch the boundaries of what you can do with GIS in the classroom.
In this workshop, we’re turning Lyn and KK loose! They will bring to us the “latest and greatest” in ArcGIS Online and geospatial education. Topics covered are sure to range from lessons suitable for beginners to sessions that will challenge all of us. Insights for ArcGIS (NEW!) will be introduced. Come join us for an inspiring and magical experience with the best of the best!
In this workshop, we will cover:
- Basics of geospatial thinking
- Ask your GIS data a question: how are places related, comparing places, detecting patterns, make a prediction
- Analysis tools in ArcGIS Online
- Displaying your analysis results in a Story Map or App
You will have the opportunity to earn:
- Stipend from the GeoPRiSM II MSP project
Links for this workshop:
- link will appear here after the workshop
Register for the course:
August 1-2 in Hopkinton, NH | Register
Register soon. Available seating is limited, due to funding.
Funding provided by NH DOE and the US DOE’s Mathematics and Science Partnerships (MSP) program through GeoPriSM II
Note: Due to limitations of the grant funding supporting this workshop, ONLY TEACHERS and SCHOOL PERSONNEL are eligible for stipends. If you are not an educator and interested in these topics, consider taking a UNH Cooperative Extension workshop on ArcGIS Online, Story Maps or Mobile Mapping.