20 Minute Gis Ncge 2010

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20 Minute GIS presentation from the National Conference on Geographic Education in Savannah, GA

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20 Minute Gis Ncge 2010

  1. 1. 20 Minute GIS for Young Explorers with Anita Palmer, Roger Palmer and Barbaree Duke
  2. 2. Because Classroom Teachers… • Want to add geospatial elements to their classroom. • May have only one computer in the classroom. • Have very little time in computer lab. • Need to augment key concepts. • Have minimal technology skills. • Have minimal GIS skills. • Are not permitted to use Google Earth, but want a virtual globe experience for students. • Have just 20 minutes to explore new technology. We created 20 Minute GIS!
  3. 3. GIS Tool Free Virtual Globe Software from ESRI http://www.esri.com/arcgisexplorer
  4. 4. Shared Data Just search ArcGIS Online! http://www.arcgis.com
  5. 5. Ready-to-Use Activities Extras: • Teacher Instructions • Answer Keys • National, Texas and Virginia Standards Correlations • Got an hour? Activity Extensions included! • How-to Videos
  6. 6. Coordinate Systems Time Zones & Inequalities Routing & Measuring MATH
  7. 7. Tic Tac Toe, Where Can You Go?
  8. 8. Time Travelling
  9. 9. Are We There Yet?
  10. 10. Biomes Rivers Food web SCIENCE
  11. 11. Home Sweet Biome
  12. 12. Going with the Flow?
  13. 13. Don’t Eat Me!
  14. 14. Adventures in the Red Book The Red Book Earth: Poetry in Motion “Awesome Forces” Somewhere in the World Somewhere in the World Right Now ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
  15. 15. Adventures in the Red Book
  16. 16. Earth: Poetry in Motion
  17. 17. Somewhere in the World
  18. 18. Voting Trends Pirates’ Havens Agriculture SOCIAL STUDIES
  19. 19. We the People: Does your vote count?
  20. 20. Pirate’s Treasure: there’s no place like home
  21. 21. Where Did Your Breakfast Come from?
  22. 22. Let’s Practice! Three Easy STEPS… Launch ArcGIS Explorer desktop Open grid.nmf Follow the directions
  23. 23. Want to know more? Anita & Roger Palmer, GISetc anita@gisetc.com www.gisetc.com Barbaree Duke, GIS: Y.E.S. barbareeduke@gmail.com www.barbareeduke.com http://gisined.blogspot.com

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