Three days down, two to go. So far, GA Week and Blog-a-thon 2010 have been huge successes! Thank you to everyone who has been participating in, supporting, and promoting Geography Awareness Week. Here is a wrap up of the blog posts we saw on Wednesday:
Mary Ellen Adlam: Florida Geographic Alliance Kicks Off GA Week
Daniel Raven-Ellison: Mission:Explore Freshwater With Your Class (http://thegeographycollective.wordpress.com/)
Barbaree Ash Duke: Water, Water Everywhere: Cross-Curricular Approaches to Studying Water (http://gisined.blogspot.com/)
Jesse Rouse for VerySpatial: Remote Sensing and Freshwater (http://veryspatial.com/2010/11/remote-sensing-and-freshwater/)
Ticia Messing: How to Create a State Study for Little Guys (http://adventuresofmommyness.blogspot.com/)
Cody Lonning: Moving Past ITT Tech (http://livinglightlyupontheearth.blogspot.com/2010/11/geography-awareness-week.html)
John Krygier: A Crooked Stick Straightened: Map Making as Juvenile Delinquent Reform (http://makingmaps.net/2010/11/17/a-crooked-stick-straightened-map-making-as-juvenile-delinquent-reform/)
Cheryl Henderson Khalid: Five Ways to Take Geography from Nay to Yay!
Marcy Prager: Studying the Hopi in a Second Grade Classroom
Today we’ll be reading about a range of topics from watershed citizenship to how the EPA deals with water issues to more GA Week events happening across the country. Don’t forget to tune in – their are only two days left of the Blog-a-thon!
Disclaimer: Geography Awareness Week Blog-a-Thon submissions represent the views of the individual contributors, and not necessarily those of National Geographic Education. While all posts have been reviewed for appropriateness, they have not been fact-checked or extensively edited.