Teaching Geography Concepts
Join TAGE Teacher Consultants Linda Hammon and Marci Smith Deal and learn how to lead a workshop covering vocabulary and concepts in physical and human geography. Take the knowledge and skills learned from this workshop and share with your school or district to help teachers prepare their students to succeed on the 9th grade World Geography end-of-course exam. This intensive workshop includes all the materials you will need to lead your in-service training (PowerPoint presentation, handouts, activities, etc.).
All participants are expected to present a three hours workshop presentation in their school/district upon completion of the Institute by December 31, 2013. A stipend is provided for workshop completion.
Day 1 – Geographic Concepts in Physical Geography
Day 2 – Geographic Concepts in Human Geography
Day 3 – How to lead your World Geography In-Service Workshop
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
San Marcos High School
Join TAGE as we explore cultural diversity in Southeast Asia. This workshop will provide insight into life in Southeast Asia. Targeted Audience: Contemporary Cultures, World Geography, World History, and Art teachers, but anyone is welcome to attend.
Dr. Fred R. von der Mehden
Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, Rice University
Religion and Cultural Diversity in Southeast Asia
Dr. Leah Renold
Associate Professor, Department of History, Texas State University-San Marcos
Introduction to Southeast Asia
Dr. Hyun Jung Yun
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Texas State University-San Marcos
Contemporary Government and Politics in Southeast Asia
Education Coordinator, Asia Society of Texas Center
Integrating Southeast Asian Art into your Classrooms
Director of International Programs and Global Strategic Partnership, Lone Star College System
Bringing Travel Experiences into the Classroom
There is a $15 fee for this workshop.