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Tuesday, November 10 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Creating a High School Environmental Studies Course Utilizing ArcGIS Online and ConnectED

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Lauren Amaturo*, Science Theme Coach, CREC Two Rivers Magnet High School; Tom Brodnitzki, Humanities Curriculum Coordinator, CREC; John Limeburner*, GIS Instructor, CREC Two Rivers Magnet High School

Participants in this presentation will learn about how an environmental science magnet school in Hartford, CT designed and successfully implemented an environmental studies course focusing on Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The presenters will provide tips and suggestions on how to successfully incorporate Esri's ArcGIS Online program into the secondary school (6-12) classroom. Participants will also gain access to sample lessons and resources that can be used when writing a course in GIS for their local middle or high school.

Speakers
LA

Lauren Amaturo

Two Rivers Magnet High School
JL

John Limeburner

CREC Two Rivers Magnet High School


Tuesday November 10, 2015 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Montpelier A

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