Add Yourself to the Map

Add Yourself to the Map

Interactive maps are wonderful tools to explore data. Ever use them to find others ┬álike you in your field? Today we’re sharing a list of links to interactive maps, full of people like YOU. Whether you’re a geospatial professional, teacher or student...
The Maps of Game of Thrones

The Maps of Game of Thrones

Maps aren’t just for the geography classroom anymore! More and more, maps are being used to round out other subject matters by communicating data and stimulating critical thinking. Never more so than in the English Language Arts classroom. Some of us are...
It’s April – So Read a Road Map!

It’s April – So Read a Road Map!

This month kicked off with National Read a Road Map Week! In this day & age it’s so easy to look up directions in a phone or program them into a GPS, reading a road map is more of an art to kids these days than an essential skill. I may be dating myself...
Springtime: It’s for the Birds

Springtime: It’s for the Birds

It’s officially springtime, and after thinking of plants and blooms, our thoughts turn to our feathered friends returning from warmer climes. Ask your students if they’ve noticed more birds lately. Research bird migration patterns in your area and take...
Spring Has Sprung

Spring Has Sprung

Today, on the first day of Spring, we want to share maps of springtime. What better way to map the spring than to follow the planting maps? Here in Texas, we’ve had some lovely spring interludes already. What’s it like today where you are? If you...