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jkeen@aag
The June GeoMentors Newsletter is now available! Meet our both of our spotlight GMs, take a shot at the monthly mentor challenge, look at some new featured resources and more! http://bit.ly/2rGFJ5k  
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tbaker-esristaff
The Esri Education Outreach team is pleased to announce the release of a sample pack from the forthcoming GeoInquiries™ collection for American Literature classrooms.  The sample pack includes the first seven activities supporting high school American Literature instruction with ArcGIS Online.  Eight additional activities will be released over the… (Show more)
jkeen@aag
June 2017 GeoMentor Spotlight:Randy Bonds Jr: Web Application Developer - City of Yakima  What was your favorite class in K-12? English   How did you first learn about and/or use GIS? My job here   Name one thing you love about GIS and/or geography: It affects everyone, and is everything   Why did you want to volunteer as a GeoMentor? To help… (Show more)
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jkeen@aag
May 2017 GeoMentor Spotlight:Kyle Lockhause: Assistant Developer Manager for Utility-Scale Renewable Energy Projects at Tradewind Energy  What was your favorite class in K-12? English class, even though I was not a self-disciplined reader I would love to let my imagination run wild. Either that or gym class, I was not a great student in high… (Show more)
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jkeen@aag
City/State of School, School District, or Group: Virginia Beach, Virginia   Grade level of students you or your educator collaborator worked with: Grades 9-12   Subject/topic of class/group you assisted your collaborator with: AP Human Geography classes   Approximately how many students were engaged in GIS activities through this collaboration:… (Show more)
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jkeen@aag
The April GeoMentors Newsletter is now available! Meet our featured GMs (yes there are two this time), take a shot at the monthly mentor challenge, look at some new featured resources and more! The online version is available here:  April 2017 - GeoMentors Community Newsletter
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cluebbering
GeoMentor Souyma in San Diego has started an after school GIS club (awesome!) and is looking for a certificate template to use to award students who participate in club activities.  If you have one that might be useful or know of other resources, please contact csoumya.11@gmail.com.
cluebbering
GeoMentor Sam & his co-workers Stacie & Tyler ran the Road Scholar (map reading) event at the Utah Science Olympiad in Salt Lake City!  The event tested the ability of middle school and high school students to navigate both a AAA map and a USGS quad map. Students answered 45 questions without cell phones, using only rulers, protractors, and their visual acuity to determine their answers. There were 22 teams that participated with nearly 40 students involved.  Congrats to Sam & his co-workers for facilitating such a fun event! 
    jkeen@aag
    Did you participate in the March for Science? If so, here's a great story map where you can share your experience and let everyone know why you think science matters!  Why Science Matters 
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