Presents a

“Hands On Introduction to GIS”

This hands-on introduction to GIS is for all grade 3 - 16 formal and non-formal educators and particularly those who wish to learn what GIS is all about. Teachers will learn what GIS is as well as get a feel for the software. This class will provide teachers with a basic introduction to GIS knowledge and how to work with the ArcExplorer software in the classroom. Hands-on activities, introduction materials and software will be provided. No prior GIS experience is necessary.
Event Date: Your Date
Location: Your School
Subject: Your Hands On Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Time: 4 to 8 hours - based on your specific interests
Instructors: GIS2GPS Team - one instructor to eight staff members

Your School District

Charlie Fitzpatrick – ESRI Education Division

CPDU's: 4 to 8 CPDUs based on the time of the session
Registration Limit: 24 max – each person will have a computer to use
Target Audience:
All grade 3 - 16 formal and non-formal educators and school technology coordinators, who want to support students by exploring the world in a problem-solving, computerized environment.
Questions? Contact: GIS2GPS Team,

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