Using ArcGIS Online to Collect, Analyze and Share Data
Janice Elvidge from the National Park Service will team up with Rick Reynolds from Engaging Every Student and other partners of The River Mile project to show how GIS and other tools can be used to engage students in important real-life science investigations while meeting the Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core State Standards. Learn how The River Mile’s network of schools has been helping biologists and wildlife managers by collecting and presenting data on native and invasive crayfish, and how ArcGIS can be used to implement countless other meaningful scientific inquiries with students. Participants will create ArcGIS maps and add information and data layers to them, in addition to utilizing other digital and non-digital data analysis tools.
Bring a mobile device if you desire. We will be using a computer lab.
Registration is FREE
Lunch is provided
Free Clock Hours for Washington State Teachers
Certificate of Participation for Oregon State Teachers
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