Calling all K-12 educators who are using GIS in their teaching! We want to hear about the GIS adventures you have taken this year with your students. Find out how you can fill out a quick survey to share your story, and you may be highlighted in a future blog post.
Are you a K-12 educator currently using ArcGIS to enhance your geography, science, math, business, economics or history classes? Well, we want to hear from you. We are looking to highlight your GIS adventures in a future Esri Canada Education and Research blog post. Share your story with us by filling out this two minute survey. Explore the results on this web app displaying teachers using GIS across Canada.
Fill out the survey to include your information to this web app, and be part of the GIS K-12 education community in Canada.
Read the latest blog posts on some Canadian GIS adventurers:
- Wade Leonard from Granite Ridge Education Centre
- David Brian from Académie Ste-Cécile
- Karen Talbot from Francine J. Wesley Secondary School
Teacher Karen Talbot uses ArcGIS Online to engage her students in hands-on and minds-on learning about their history.
Check out education presentations from some Esri Canada User Conferences:
- Daniel Martinic from St. Augustine Secondary School
- Craig Brumwell from Kitsilano Secondary School
- Bruce Miller from Cape Breton Highlands Education Centre and Academy
Bruce Miller’s students from Cape Breton Highlands Education Centre and Academy working on their right whale project using ArcGIS Online.
We’re looking forward to reading about your adventures in the survey.
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