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Teaching Geography: Teacher Talk

Re: [Channel-talkgeography] Anyone currently enrolled?

From: MARY BARCROFT <marybarcroft@wentzville.k12.mo.us>
Date: Tue Sep 11 2007 - 12:44:46 EDT
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Once I get my smart board installed, I should be able to do this one. I would like to use google Earth more, too.

Mary Barcroft
Social Studies Teacher
FEA Advisor
Key Club Advisor
Color Guard Sponsor
Wentzville Holt High School
600 Campus Drive
Wentzville, MO 63385
636-327-3876 X26569
>>> "Herbert Belcher" <Herbert.Belcher@sdhc.k12.fl.us> 09/11/07 6:22 AM >>>
Have you tried GIS? Go to ESRI.com (lower case I believe). Have the
students focus on the crumbling infrastructure. i.e., water, sewer,
bridges, utilization, population demographics, neighborhood demographics,
school demographics. Try and get a hold of topo maps for your area (a
class set should do plus 4 for mishaps. Students will have to determine
the cost benefit analysis of each segment YOU decide you want to go to.




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