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Monday, February 10 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
K-12 Education

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Think about your high school experience, think about how much better it would have been with GIS. This session gives an overview of the Career Technical Education program and some additional details with the entire thing being capped off with lightning talks from students!

  • GIS Career Technical Education Showcase - Clark Magnet High School
    Dominique Evans-Bye, GISP, Educator, Clark Magnet High School, La Crescenta, CA
    Marc Epstein, Director, California Environmental Technology Education Network, Carmichael, CA 

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Dominique Evans-Bye, GISP

Educator, Clark Magnet High School
Developed a Career Technical Education pathway for Geospatial Technologies. Created Honors curriculum for GIS classes. Engage student learning through sponsored competitions.
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Marc Epstein

Director, California Environmental Technology Education Network
I have been promoting GIS in K12 since the late 1990's. I have completed ESRI's T3G program and the Woodrow Wilson/Princeton program in using GIS in K12 environmental science instruction. For many years I had been providing instruction to high school students in environmental thematic... Read More →

Monday February 10, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm PST
Atlantic I/II

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