NCGE Webinar Program
The NCGE Webinar Program is a live series that features a robust program of geography educators from around the world. The program offers an opportunity to learn new skills, interact with your geography educator colleagues and experience new tools and resources. It's the conference that lasts all year long! Join us on select Wednesdays throughout the school year at 8 PM ET.
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September 24, 2014 Teaching Collaborations in APHG and Beyond
Presenter: Dr. Phil Klein, University of Northern Colorado
Description: Teaching Geography comes to life when students see how connections between places affect the conditions they experience. Teaching collaborations allow instructors in different locales to have students compare their own experiences with globalization, sustainability, and environmental change.
This webinar presents a resource for collaborative teaching: the AAG Center for Global Geography Education (CGGE). This free online resource includes 6 modules exploring these issues: Global Economy, Migration, Population & Natural Resources, National Identity, Water Resources, and Global Climate Change. In the first part of the webinar, participants explore the CGGE website and link its content to APHG. Each module includes a Conceptual Framework, overviews that help connect the 7 APHG Content Areas, and several Case Studies, illustrating how these issues occur in different regions. The modules can be a supplementary resource to help students appreciate how APHG’s topics are interrelated. Read more
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