Try out the latest K-12 ArcGIS resources with your students
Explore the latest K-12 ArcGIS resources in English and French. Try them before the end of the year and integrate them into your teaching in 2022.
The K-12 group at Esri Canada has been busy creating new resources for teachers and students to learn new skills. Check out the latest K-12 ArcGIS resources in English and French.
ArcGIS Pro Tools: Proximity and Hot Spot Analysis
This tutorial will teach you how to use ArcGIS Pro tools to analyse data using proximity, aggregate data, and hot spot analyses. ArcGIS Pro v.2.8.1 was used to develop this tutorial.
You require the ArcGIS Business Analyst Web and Mobile Apps Advanced to be activated in your ArcGIS Online subscription to complete Part E. Teachers can email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Discover ArcGIS Online lessons and resources for K-12 students that focus on how GIS in used in different sectors in Canada.
Learn how different sectors use GIS to answer important questions.
Take your Story Maps to the Next Level
In this tutorial, you will learn how to make your story maps more engaging and interactive with these simple but effective features.
Parcours éducatif pour les sorties de terrain
In this learning path, you will learn how to create your own field project using ArcGIS tools available to K-12 schools in Canada.
In this tutorial, you will find out how to find quality data to create informative maps.
ArcGIS Online pour le primaire
In this activity, you will discover how the ArcGIS Online platform can be used for elementary school education, including examples and activities.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to add and edit map notes and access Living Atlas data in the Map Viewer Classic.
New to ArcGIS Online?
If you are new to ArcGIS Online, educators can request an account at k12.esri.ca/#access.
Check out the following beginner resources to get started with ArcGIS Online:
For Educators - Let’s get started with ArcGIS Online
For Students – Enroute with ArcGIS Online
This post was translated to French and can be viewed here.