Annotated Student Atlas of Louisiana Update!

Please take a look at the Annotated Student Atlas of Louisiana created by LaGEA Coordinator Dr. Robert Rohli. Feel free to use these in your classes and/or in your discussions of Louisiana geography, making any copies that you need. If you reprint anything from it, please cite as, Rohli, R.V., 2016: Annotated Student Atlas of […]

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The National World War II Museum’s Spring Teacher Happy Hour

The National World War II Museum’s Spring Teacher Happy Hour is on Wednesday, January 25th from 4:00pm-6:00pm. Attendees will be the first members of the public to see the Museum’s newest special exhibition, State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda. This exhibition has applications across multiple academic subjects, so we’re eager to help local […]

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Winter 2017 LaGEA Newsletter

The Winter 2017 Louisiana Geographic Education Alliance (LaGEA) Newsletter (LaGEA 2017 Winter Newsletter). This issue’s contents: ArcGIS Online U.S. School Competition 2017 LaGEA at Professional Conferences Geography Awareness Week and GIS Day 2016 Atlas Available Free ConnectED Teacher Development Workshop Social Media National Geographic Bee 2017 LaGEA Membership Remembering Ann Judge and Joe Ferguson  

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Online Professional Development

Earn professional development hours or university credit with Population Education this spring! Population Education, in partnership with the University of Missouri-Kansas City, is excited to announce that registration is open for our spring 2017 online professional development course for science and social studies educators (grades 6-12). Discover student-centered learning strategies that use contemporary issues and […]

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Fall 2016 LaGEA Newsletter

The Fall 2016 Louisiana Geographic Education Alliance (LaGEA) Newsletter (LaGEA 2016 Fall Newsletter). This issue’s contents: Giant Traveling Map Arrives LaGEA at Professional Conferences Free Annotated Student Atlas of Louisiana Available Facebook, Twitter, Website, and Email Geography and the Election National Geographic Bee 2017 Reflections from Anthony Lewis, LaGEA’s Second Coordinator/li>  

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Summer 2016 LaGEA Newsletter Reposting

The Summer 2016 Louisiana Geographic Education Alliance (LaGEA) Newsletter repost (LaGEA 2016 Summer). This issue’s contents: Louisiana BioBlitzes Capture Spotlight Giant Traveling Map Update Louisiana State Geographic Bee Teacher Professional Development Workshops Giant Traveling Map Teacher Workshop Facebook and Website Regional GeoLiteracy Institute Wetland Education Through Maps and Aerial Photography Workshop  

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