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GIS helps students map history

Submitted by admin_lr56 on Tue, 2013-10-22 13:06

If you’ve used Google Maps or looked up the weather, you’re familiar with Geographic Information Systems, even if you don’t know it: GIS is creeping into prominence in public life. Associate Professor of Education and Learning Sciences Joshua Radinsky is speeding that up in history classrooms by giving teachers this tool to help their students think critically, historically and spatially.

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