"Mapping Indiana: Past, Present, and New Realities"
February 24, 2021 - 6:30pm
“A Story Map is a simple web app that combines interactive maps, multimedia content, and user experiences to tell stories about the world.” (Dr. Joseph Kerski/ESRI)
A Story Map combines multiple disciplines, skills, resources, interests and more to enable creative sharing of information: data & information, maps & charts, images & graphs, books & interviews, videos & surveys...anything appropriate the teller wants to convey telling the story.
A WEBINAR for educators, students, librarians, resource specialists, education outreach facilitators and the community in general
Learn > How to tell stories with online maps, > How to utilize ESRI's Story Map apps, > How to engage students in on-line geo-literacy, and > How to get started for the 2021 IN Middle & High School Story Map Competition
Jörn Seemann – Ball State University, Department of Geography; Shireen Desouza – Ball State University, Department of Biology; and Kathy Lamb Kozenski - GENI & IUPUIDepartment of Geography/SLA
Professional Recognition Available for the webinar and for subsequent research/development/facilitation: PGP's, GISP's...
Indiana Council on World Affairs
February 27, 2021 - 11am - 1:30pm
Global Studies and Competition, for high school students.
February 27, 2021 - 11am - 1:30
Fun! FREE! Fast-paced!
To participate, teachers must register by February 15, 2021.
AWARDS - GLOBAL STUDIES:
For top scoring team's high school's global studies programs:
1st - $1,000
2nd - $500
3rd - $250
Registration for top three teams to participate in national virtual competition, April 16-17, 2021. Honorariums for each registered school's participating teacher.
FREE Study Guide - Learn About: 2020-2021 AWQ Study Guide a self-guided, on-line study tool.
Academic WorldQuest Topics:
1. Global Protests
2. Arab Spring 10 Years On
3. International Labour Organization
4. U.S. Foreign Service in 21st Century
5. Great Decisions 2020 Topics
6. Country in Focus: Uzbekistan
7. Peace in a World of Conflict
8. Fraying Alliances
9. Post-Pandemic Economy
10. Current Events
Teams of 4 students answer 10 questions on 10 topics = 100 multiple-choice questions
Quiz-Master: Dr. Douglas R. Woodwell, Professor, International Relations, University of Indianapolis
Indianapolis Sister Cities Teacher and Student Outreach Committee
University of Indianapolis
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