Gis in k 12 education (2)

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  • All school districts in Richland CountyAudrey
  • Day 90 - 26,861 studentsLargest in midlands, 5th largest in state3500 military studentsChallenges with mix of both urban and rural populationsAudrey
  • Pink - ElementaryYellow – MiddleGreen - HighOver 3500 employees678 NBCT (1st in state, 12 in nation)Audrey
  • 35 Magnet ProgramsAudrey
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  • Back in the early 200s, started with an intern from USCWill
  • Early to mid 2000s, started working with US Computing as a consultant and contractWill
  • Today we have 2 GISProfessionalsWill
  • U.S. ComputingUpdate vectors, geocoder, school layers, RSD2 gridsAudrey
  • U.S. Computing Online Compass serviceAudrey
  • Mix of ArcGIS, excel, and iRedistric by ZillionInfoWe also do a lot on our own. There are many variables that are hard to duplicate or replicate in Zillion or other vendor. Lots of choice, transceicny, etc.Not simpleAudrey - Will
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  • Provide Schools with information about their students to fully understand the whole child to improve the quality of learningAble to match students academic scores, home environment, etc. and match those with services in the area. Provide community partnerships as schools cannot do it aloneInnovation Incubator – Currently creating story maps and applications to provide data to principals and decision makers at the school to improve the quality of education so principals and teachers spend less time figuring out the problem and more time with the studentsNext slides are a few examples of data provided to schoolsWill
  • Showing student distribution of LCE. Where are out of zone students coming from?Will
  • This is a map of the autism programs. Look at light blue dot. Represents Elementary Autism 3 program. All students across the district in the Austim 3 program attends RTE; since only program could evaluate moving it to a more central location to cut down on bus ride times.Will
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  • WillIt must be stated that the CCSS-ELA standards were not designed to supplant the standards in social studies or science but rather to emphasize the need for IntegrationGeo-Literacy – the set of geographic concepts and skills that are required to recognize when decisions may have far reaching consequences and the ability to reason through them systematically3 components of geo-literacyInteraction – between human and natural systemsInterconnections – focuses on geographic reasoningImplications – understanding impacts of decision and being able to make well reasoned decisions
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  • ipads and google chrome booksAudrey
  • In the past couple of years, my students have done what I would say is very rudimentary GIS. I'd have students research where cocoa is grown and who much is exported from those growing regions. They would create tables in Excel, then import them into Geocommons, and create basic choropleth maps. I'd then have them research data on cocoa imports- what countries import the raw cocoa. We would then compare the maps to see the difference (grown in the tropics of Africa, Central America, Indonesia) and imported to Western European countries and the USA for the manufacture of chocolate. We would then create a third map of who consumed the chocolate- basically countries in the Northern Hemisphere and Australia and New Zealand. Along the way we could look at per capita income in Western Africa and chocolate-producing and chocolate-consuming countries to have a discussion about that. Their analysis really looking at maps, comparing/contrasting them, and making conclusions- more spatial analysis. 3 maps – where is it grown, where chocolate is manufactured, who consumes itAudrey
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  • Gis in k 12 education (2)

    1. 1. GIS in K-12 Education SCARC 2014 Will Anderson Audrey Brady
    2. 2. Outline • Who is Richland School District Two? • GIS in Administration • GIS for student Achievement Academically • GIS in Classrooms
    3. 3. Where is Richland County?
    4. 4. Where exactly is Richland School District Two?
    5. 5. Student Distribution
    6. 6. 41 Schools
    7. 7. Magnets • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Academy for Civic Engagement (ACE) Academy of Exercise Physiology and Sports Medicine Center for Achievement (CFA) Center for Inquiry (CFI) Center for Knowledge (CFK) Center for Knowledge (North) Conder Arts Integrated Convergence Media (CavPlex) Discovery Environmental Fitness (eFIT) Explorations Forest Lake Technology Horizon iLink Institute for Allied Health Sciences Institute for BioHealth Sciences International Baccalaureate Candidate School (Elementary, Middle, & High) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • iRed Kelly Mill, Inc. Killian, LTD Leadership Academy at Wright (LAW) Longleaf Engineering and Arts Program (Leap) Montessori School Palmetto Center for the Arts (PCA) Scholars Academy School for Zoological and Botanical Studies School of Entrepreneurial Leadership Spears Creek Road Montessori STEMS The Learning Collaborative (TLC) The STEM Institute of Design and Innovation (SIDI) TWO Academies
    8. 8. History of GIS in Richland Two
    9. 9. History of GIS in Richland Two • Intern – Paper to digital
    10. 10. History of GIS in Richland Two • Intern – Paper to digital • Contract – Redrawing attendance lines and projections
    11. 11. History of GIS in Richland Two • Intern – Paper to digital • Full Time staff • Contract – Redrawing attendance lines and projections
    12. 12. How do we use GIS in Administration? • School Zone Locator
    13. 13. How do we use GIS in Administration? • Routing Software
    14. 14. How do we use GIS in Administration? • Attendance Lines
    15. 15. How do we use GIS in Administration? • Projections – Yearly enrollment projections – 10 year facility study • Grants – The ability to spatially analyze data to target for grant
    16. 16. How do we use GIS to improve student achievement?
    17. 17. Maps to schools
    18. 18. Special Needs
    19. 19. Data Analysis
    20. 20. Able to provide data to schools
    21. 21. GIS in Classrooms Common Core state standards – Integration – Geo-literacy • Interaction • Interconnections • Implications – Story Maps
    22. 22. GIS in Classrooms • Is it possible? Do we have the resources?
    23. 23. GIS in Classrooms • Is it possible? Do we have the resources? – All students in grades 3-12 have a device – Computer labs/media centers
    24. 24. GIS in Classrooms • Pockets and Small Scale use – Geocommons mostly – Importing excel tables, creating basic choropleth maps, comparing/contrasting different regional maps, critical thinking and drawing conclusions.
    25. 25. GIS in Classrooms • Future – Summer Institute – Continuing Education Credits – A resource of information – Relevant and Meaningful
    26. 26. Credits • • • Paper Toss Intern image - http://www.apppicker.com/reviews/1006/paper-toss-2-simple-addictive-hilariousPockets and Small Scale use iPad image - http://www.mhric.org/ipad/ Chrome book image - Samsung Chromebook | Image Courtesy of Google
    27. 27. Questions?

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