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Exploring the World through Geo-Inquiry and Writing

Summary:

Join Writing Project colleagues and educators associated with the National Geographic Educator Network to learn about the Geo-Inquiry process developed to support students in developing the skills, knowledge, and tools of a geographer and provide pathways for investigating, understanding, and taking action through a geographic lens.

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Join Writing Project colleagues and educators associated with the National Geographic Educator Network to learn about the Geo-Inquiry process developed to support students in developing the skills, knowledge, and tools of a geographer and provide pathways for investigating, understanding, and taking action through a geographic lens. We will hear from teachers who have explored geo-inquiry with their students, feature resources available to support this process in classrooms, online, as well as outside, and explore the potential for connecting across disciplines through writing and geography.

Guests

  • Jeff Dierking, Greater Kansas City Writing Project; English teacher and Curriculum Coordinator, Raytown School District
  • Elaine Larson, Regional Director, Midwest; National Geographic Education
  • Carrie Nobis, Red Cedar Writing Project, science teacher, Groves High School
  • Rich Novack, Connecticut-Fairfield Writing Project, English teacher, Fairfield Warde High School

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