- Sign up for a powerful FREE ArcGIS Online Organization Account here!
- Getting Started with Online GIS for Educators: A sequenced set of resources and activities from the Esri Education Team for those interested in teaching with GIS.
- Everything K12 GIS: Includes instructional documents, blogs, videos of students using GIS, career highlights, and more.
Examples of lessons to modify
- Educational Resources: Resource Collections for Schools, Higher Education, Project Based Learning, and Supporting Materials. Includes links to curriculum, instructional activities and more.
- Instructional Materials: A variety of subject-focused, standards-based instructional materials is available to enhance inquiry-based learning with students. All activities are free and completely online. The instructional materials require no installations or logins and are device neutral.
- More about GeoInquiries: The additional power of GeoInquiries is mixing and matching the maps and data layers from multiple collections. The GeoInquiry tables of contents are located on this one page to enable easy and quick access to all GeoInquiry activities and maps.
- Creating-a-Simple-Editable-Feature-Service (pdf) Creating-a-Simple-Editable-Feature-Service(docx)
- Creating a Survey in Survey 123
- ArcGIS Online Task Cards
- AGOL data buckets – Available to POD graduates
Teaching and Learning Resources
- LDC Task Templates for Writing – The Literacy Design Collaborative. Downloadable resources, including rubrics for scoring student written arguments.
- Ambitious Science Teaching – NSF-funded project from the University of Washington. Tools to support students of all backgrounds to deeply understand science ideas, participate in the activities of the discipline, and solve authentic problems.
- Talk Science TERC – NSF-funded project from TERC. Classroom videos and resources to help teachers foster students’ academically productive talk.
The Power of Data (POD) Project has been recognized by Change the Equation as an Accomplished STEMworks Program that makes a real impact on students. Our professional learning programs enable secondary teachers to utilize geospatial technologies (GST) within authentic STEM projects to increase 6-12 grade students’ 21st century skills, GST and STEM career awareness.