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Monday, February 10 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Education GIS

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Teaching and Learning Strategies across all levels of education, helping students to thrive!

  • Geospatial Pedagogy: Teaching GIS across the Higher Ed Curriculum
    Sheila Steinberg, PhD., Prof. of Social and Environmental Sciences & Chair GIS Committee, Brandman University, Irvine, CA
  • Using Geospatial Technology in K12 Instruction
    Marc Epstein, Director, California Environmental Technology Education Network, Carmichael, CA
    David Haynes, Science Teacher, Channel Islands High School, Oxnard, CA


Moderators
avatar for Vince Zaragoza, GISP, AICP

Vince Zaragoza, GISP, AICP

Principal, Terra Geographics
Vince is an independent planning consultant with over 25 years of experience in community and economic development, urban and environmental planning, and GIS. He is currently a Kern County LAFCO commissioner (2019 to 2023 term – Public Member/Alternate). In previous lives he worked... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Sheila Steinberg, PhD

Sheila Steinberg, PhD

Professor of Social and Environmenta Sciences & GIS Committee Chair, Brandman University
avatar for Marc Epstein

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 →
avatar for David Haynes

David Haynes

Science Teacher, Channel Islands High School
Science teacher - into GIS/GPS for the classroom


Monday February 10, 2020 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Atlantic I/II

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