GIS Training, CTE, July 25, 2013

July 24, 2013 by eklose

Welcome! I’m excited that we’re having this training today. Below is today’s session description. I will do my very best to make sure that everyone leaves here with some sort of working knowledge of ArcGIS online and how to use it in instruction – all in 4 hours, let’s get busy!

Please grab a paper copy of the agenda and then click Resources (upper right of this page) and then today’s training notes. That will get you to the links you’ll need.


ArcGIS – Exploring the Possibilities!

Presenter: Erika Klose, Science Teacher, Winfield Middle School

Session Description: Teachers will gain hands on experience using ESRI’s ArcGIS software to explore ways to integrate these skill sets into the curricula of agriculture, information technology, engineering, drafting, and mining extraction. Erika Klose is a geologist turned science teacher in Winfield, WV. She manages the K-12 Statewide License for the ArcGIS (ESRI) software for the state of West Virginia. She regularly trains classroom teachers in the various methods of incorporating GIS into core content classroom instruction.