Advancing Geospatial Thinking and Technologies in Grades 9-12

Supported by an Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST) grant from the National Science Foundation, we are focusing on advancing geospatial thinking and technologies in grades 9-12 through exploration of citizen mapping, community engagement, and career preparation. The project seeks to raise awareness of key 21st century themes in the geographical sciences and the emerging, dynamic technologies that are used in a range of STEM, social science, and natural science disciplines as well as by citizens in their everyday lives. 

Project Overview

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Project Objectives
  • Background
  • Study Site
  • Outcomes
  • Future Goals
  • Partners

 

Project Outcomes

PROJECT OUTCOMES

  • Publications
  • Presentations
  • Posters
  • Videos
 

PROJECT TEAM

PHD STUDENTS/RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
  • Owusua Yamoah, Spatially Integrated Social Sciences PhD Student
  • Brinda Athreya, Spatially Integrated Social Sciences PhD Student
PROJECT EVALUATOR  

Hilarie Davis 
Technology for Learning Consortium Inc.
hilarie@techforlearning.org 

 

 

CONTACT

Beth Schlemper (PI)
The University of Toledo
Associate Professor
419.530.5492
beth.schlemper@utoledo.edu 

 

 

 

 

 



Last Updated: 6/25/21