Angela Alexander

Angela Alexander is a K-12 Education Resource Developer on the Esri Canada Education and Research team. She has over six years of experience working with educators across Canada. Angela is responsible for producing geographic information system (GIS) and curriculum specific resources, conducting and creating custom workshops for educators and judging and developing the question for the annual GIS Skills Ontario competition in Waterloo, Ontario. Angela has a Bachelor’s degree in Geography and Sociology from the University of Western Ontario and completed the Applied Digital Geography and GIS certificate program at Ryerson University.

  • Jonathan Brown: December’s GIS Ambassador

    Jonathan Brown: December’s GIS Ambassador

    Find out how Jonathan Brown, a retired community educator has been supporting teachers and students to learn about GIS and open data in Ontario

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  • What’s New with ArcGIS Online: December 2018

    What’s New with ArcGIS Online: December 2018

    Find out what’s new with ArcGIS Online, including user types, user experience and much more: December 2018

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  • Kim Wallace: A true geography heroine in Canada

    Kim Wallace: A true geography heroine in Canada

    Learn how Kim Wallace, a passionate educator and author, helped strengthen geography education in the province of Ontario and in Canada

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  • GIS Day 2018: A celebration of maps

    GIS Day 2018: A celebration of maps

    Explore K-12 events that occurred in Canada and find out how GIS Ambassadors, professionals, teachers and students celebrated the day of maps.

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  • Halton Catholic District School Board: Promoting active travel to school

    Halton Catholic District School Board: Promoting active travel to school

    Find out how a public-facing app can help officials to make better decisions about safety and infrastructure changes in the region.

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  • Rob Langston: November’s GIS Ambassador

    Rob Langston: November’s GIS Ambassador

    Discover how this recipient of the Canadian Geographic Education 2018 Geographic Literacy Award has been supporting GIS in K-12 education in Manitoba.

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  • Lest we forget: Great War history comes alive in story maps

    Lest we forget: Great War history comes alive in story maps

    Students learned about World War I through researching school archives, exploring primary resources and documenting alumni experiences in story maps.

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  • Craig MacLachlan: Putting GIS on the map in K-12 schools in Nova Scotia

    Craig MacLachlan: Putting GIS on the map in K-12 schools in Nova Scotia

    How can GIS be used to make important decisions and engage students in learning and understanding the world around them?

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  • Five reasons to get involved in GIS Day this year

    Five reasons to get involved in GIS Day this year

    It’s time for professionals, students and educators to share the importance of geographic information system (GIS) technology and spatial learning.

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  • Introducing new tools and apps with September’s ArcGIS Online update

    Introducing new tools and apps with September’s ArcGIS Online update

    Highlights include new spatial analysis tools, configurable apps, data management capabilities and more.

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  • Meet Matthew Pietryszyn and the City of Brampton’s GIS Ambassadors

    Meet Matthew Pietryszyn and the City of Brampton’s GIS Ambassadors

    How are these GIS Ambassadors promoting GIS and Brampton’s award-winning open data portal called GeoHub to the K-12 community?

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  • Giving a voice to youth in urban planning with Survey123 and ArcGIS Online

    Giving a voice to youth in urban planning with Survey123 and ArcGIS Online

    Discover the impact of Maximum City, an award-winning program at the University of Toronto Schools Experience Innovation summer camps.

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  • It’s never too early to plan your fall education conferences

    It’s never too early to plan your fall education conferences

    Find out where you can find Esri Canada’s K-12 group present and what GIS workshops they will be facilitating.

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  • August’s GIS Ambassador: Molly Pratt

    August’s GIS Ambassador: Molly Pratt

    Discover how she uses story maps to engage students in learning about healthy living in the Yukon.

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  • Discover the results of the first Esri Canada Student Story Map Competition

    Discover the results of the first Esri Canada Student Story Map Competition

    The top 10 story map submissions included topics in history, geography and the environment.

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  • GIS Ambassador Larisa Johnstone helps students in Essex County think spatial

    GIS Ambassador Larisa Johnstone helps students in Essex County think spatial

    Meet a passionate GIS professional who supports teachers and students in Essex County, ON applying mapping and spatial analysis to real-life concerns.

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  • What’s new in ArcGIS Online – June update

    What’s new in ArcGIS Online – June update

    K-12 educators will be interested to know this latest update includes new functionality including relationship mapping

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  • Discover mapping resources for National Indigenous History Month

    Discover mapping resources for National Indigenous History Month

    What ArcGIS Online education resources can you share with your students?

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  • Get ready for GIS Day 2018! It’s never too early to begin planning

    Get ready for GIS Day 2018! It’s never too early to begin planning

    Find out how Esri Canada can support your event, and explore some of our ready to use education resources.

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  • GIS Ambassador Steven Hills supports GIS education in Manitoba

    GIS Ambassador Steven Hills supports GIS education in Manitoba

    Find out his involvement with the Skills Manitoba GIS competition and beyond.

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