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Spatial Technologies and the
Revised Canadian and World
Studies Curriculum
Susan Campo
ITRT- Courtin, Daws, Byers, Mason
s...
@biodiaspora
Integrates real-time knowledge of infectious disease
activity with global movement of travellers
Geofencing
Geomarketing
A virtual barrier. When
this barrier is crossed it
triggers an event like a
text message or email....
GIS can power civic engagement
1. Making Citizens a Sensor
2. Promoting Volunteerism
3. Leveraging Citizen Science
4. Deli...
An interactive graphic to show how GIS has affected all
areas of your life.
Focus on Spatial Technologies
• Emphasis on the “doing” of geography through
inquiry (p. 40)
• Connections to current even...
Is there a current issue
that highlights
conflicting beliefs about
the value of Canada’s
natural environment and
how it sh...
Focus on Spatial Technologies
• Emphasis on the “doing” of geography through
inquiry (p. 40)
• Connections to current even...
Continuum of Map, Globe and Graphing
Skills (p. 163-170)
ArcGIS Online
• Free personal and/or Education account
• 9 Base maps, easy to add layers of information
• Public or privat...
Download the files
• Log in to your email.
• Find the email from me that shows I have
shared a site with you.
• Click on “...
Activity 1—Intro to ArcGIS Online
• Go to www.arcgisonline.com/home
• Sign up for a free personal account.
• Explore the Gallery.
• Look at content in the ESRI Canada Education
group.
• Make your first map.
• Measure distance and...
Map my community-ArcGIS Online
ArcGIS Story Maps
Lac Megantic
Around the world in 365 calories
Canada & The United States:
Bizarre Borders Part 2
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  1. 1. Spatial Technologies and the Revised Canadian and World Studies Curriculum Susan Campo ITRT- Courtin, Daws, Byers, Mason susan.campo@peelsb.com
  2. 2. @biodiaspora Integrates real-time knowledge of infectious disease activity with global movement of travellers
  3. 3. Geofencing Geomarketing A virtual barrier. When this barrier is crossed it triggers an event like a text message or email. Using geofencing to sell a product through a coupon or offer.
  4. 4. GIS can power civic engagement 1. Making Citizens a Sensor 2. Promoting Volunteerism 3. Leveraging Citizen Science 4. Delivering Public Information 5. Facilitating Public Reporting 6. Soliciting Public Comments 7. Identifying Unsolicited Public Comments
  5. 5. An interactive graphic to show how GIS has affected all areas of your life.
  6. 6. Focus on Spatial Technologies • Emphasis on the “doing” of geography through inquiry (p. 40) • Connections to current events and issues (p. 40) • Geographic Inquiry and Skill Development (first strand)
  7. 7. Is there a current issue that highlights conflicting beliefs about the value of Canada’s natural environment and how it should be used or protected? What actions and processes are occurring in order to resolve the conflict? What impacts do different kinds of industries have on the environment, and what can they do to operate more sustainably? Is there a relationship between resource availability and economic value?What kinds of political issues (e.g., Aboriginal rights and concerns, boundary disputes) may be related to the location of a resource and its development? Analyse, from a geographic perspective, issues relating to the development, extraction, and management of various natural resources found in Canada Explain how geological, hydrological, and climatic processes formed and continue to shape Canada’s landscape
  8. 8. Focus on Spatial Technologies • Emphasis on the “doing” of geography through inquiry (p. 40) • Connections to current events and issues (p. 40) • Geographic Inquiry and Skill Development (first strand) • Using Spatial Skills (examples throughout other strands) • Continuum of Map, Globe and Graphing Skills (163-170)
  9. 9. Continuum of Map, Globe and Graphing Skills (p. 163-170)
  10. 10. ArcGIS Online • Free personal and/or Education account • 9 Base maps, easy to add layers of information • Public or private maps • Work collaboratively on shared maps • Lessons and tutorials • Web publishing templates (from a basic viewer to creating Story Maps)
  11. 11. Download the files • Log in to your email. • Find the email from me that shows I have shared a site with you. • Click on “follow” to go to the site. • Find the documents and links needed. • Please add questions you are having during the workshop to the Newsfeed.
  12. 12. Activity 1—Intro to ArcGIS Online • Go to www.arcgisonline.com/home • Sign up for a free personal account.
  13. 13. • Explore the Gallery. • Look at content in the ESRI Canada Education group. • Make your first map. • Measure distance and area. • Find latitude and longitude of a location. • Add points, lines and areas to the map. • Save and share your map. If you want to go at your own pace, follow the tutorials for Map My Community in the Lesson Packs.
  14. 14. Map my community-ArcGIS Online
  15. 15. ArcGIS Story Maps
  16. 16. Lac Megantic
  17. 17. Around the world in 365 calories
  18. 18. Canada & The United States: Bizarre Borders Part 2

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