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To encourage research and provide leadership to increase the quality of geographic education.
Dr. Richard G. Boehm and graduate assistant, Joann Zadrozny, will be hosting a workshop about the Geospatial Enrichment Module at the 95th National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. This workshop is an extension of their current NSF grant -- RAPID research.
(Updated September 1, 2015)
At the 100th Annual Conference of the National Council for Geography Education in Washington, D.C., ten of the 14 George J. Miller award winners who contributed to the latest volume of Research in Geographic Education, commemorating the anniversary, gave a panel discussion about what they wrote.
(Updated September 1, 2015)
The National Center and Grosvenor Center hosted an Early Career workshop June 24-25 for a six early careers in geography education. They were involved in an extension project of a current NSF research grant as to how geospatial content and skills can be integrated into pre-service teacher training courses in social studies classes. For two days, they worked intensively adding content, technology and pedagogic enrichment to four units.
(Updated June 25, 2015)
On May 13th, the Grosvenor Center and National Center held a strategy meeting at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment with various STEM researchers and partners from Texas State to develop a large-scale teaching and learning program targeting STEM disciplines. The workshop brought together researchers from science education, math education, technology education, engineering education, & geography education.
(updated May 27, 2015)
The Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education will be hosting its 16th Annual Grosvenor Distinguished Lecture this spring. The lecturer will be Mr. Jesse Luxton. Join us on April 2, 2015 at the Alkek Teaching Theatre at 7:00pm for his lecture.
(updated February 17, 2015)
The National Center for Research in Geography Education along with the Department of Geography will be hosting four delegates from East China Normal University on February 2 to talk about partnerships and future collaboration projects between the two universities.
(posted January 15, 2015)
The National Center for Research in Geography Education will be hosting a two day meeting with out-of-state NGS Alliance Coordinators to discuss their role in two of the Center's current major NSF grant projects. These projects are GeoProgressions and the DRK-12 RAPID grant.
(posted December 2014)
George J. Miller Award Winners at the NCGE Research in Geographic Education Panel - August 1, 2015
Early Career Workshop June 24-25, 2015
Grosvenor Distinguished Lecture Photos - April 2, 2015
East China Normal University Visit - February 2, 2015
NCRGE Meeting - January 4-5, 2015