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Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research

Year 2012, Volume 2, Issue 3, 254 - 288, 01.09.2012

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  • Biographical statements
  • Thomas R. Bakeris an Education Manager at Esri where he focuses on improving GIS
  • across instruction and educational technology integration strategies. His background as a
  • science and technology instructor supports his leadership of the Esri Science, Technology,
  • Engineering, & Math (STEM) Education initiative. He is an adjunct member of the University
  • of Kansas research faculty and regularly writes and presents about learning with geospatial tools.
  • Joseph J. Kerskiserves as an Education Manager at Esri, focusing on developing curricular
  • resources that use GIS technology, fostering partnerships to support GIS in instruction,
  • communicating about the benefits of GIS in education, and conducting research in the
  • implementation and effectiveness of GIS in education. A geographer by training, he has served
  • as Geographer in three federal agencies and teaches GIS at the University of Denver. Niem Tu Huynh
  • (AAG). She is part of a two-year project, ‘Establishing a road map for large-scale improvement
  • of K-12 education in the geographical sciences’. Prior to joining the AAG, she was an Assistant
  • Professor in the Department of Geography at Texas State University – San Marcos. In this
  • position, she taught undergraduate courses as well as graduate geographic education and
  • technology courses. For her technology integration in the classroom, she won the Face-to-Face
  • Category in the 2011 teaching with Sakai Innovation Award.
  • Kathrin Viehrigcompleted the European Teacher Course for primary and lower secondary
  • school as well as a supplementary examination in Intercultural Education/Foreigner Pedagogy at
  • the University of Education Karlsruhe. She spent her semester abroad at the University of
  • Auckland, New Zealand. She is at the Heidelberg University of Education since 2007. At the
  • moment, her main areas of research are GIS didactics and geographic competencies. Since
  • , she is also in the second phase of teacher education, teaching at a school in Leimen St. Ilge.
  • Sarah W. Bednarzis a Professor of Geography and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in
  • the College of Geosciences, Texas A&M University. She is Co-chair of an NSF-funded
  • project to lay out a road map for efforts to improve geography education at a large scale
  • over the coming decade.

Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research

Year 2012, Volume 2, Issue 3, 254 - 288, 01.09.2012

Abstract

References

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  • Biographical statements
  • Thomas R. Bakeris an Education Manager at Esri where he focuses on improving GIS
  • across instruction and educational technology integration strategies. His background as a
  • science and technology instructor supports his leadership of the Esri Science, Technology,
  • Engineering, & Math (STEM) Education initiative. He is an adjunct member of the University
  • of Kansas research faculty and regularly writes and presents about learning with geospatial tools.
  • Joseph J. Kerskiserves as an Education Manager at Esri, focusing on developing curricular
  • resources that use GIS technology, fostering partnerships to support GIS in instruction,
  • communicating about the benefits of GIS in education, and conducting research in the
  • implementation and effectiveness of GIS in education. A geographer by training, he has served
  • as Geographer in three federal agencies and teaches GIS at the University of Denver. Niem Tu Huynh
  • (AAG). She is part of a two-year project, ‘Establishing a road map for large-scale improvement
  • of K-12 education in the geographical sciences’. Prior to joining the AAG, she was an Assistant
  • Professor in the Department of Geography at Texas State University – San Marcos. In this
  • position, she taught undergraduate courses as well as graduate geographic education and
  • technology courses. For her technology integration in the classroom, she won the Face-to-Face
  • Category in the 2011 teaching with Sakai Innovation Award.
  • Kathrin Viehrigcompleted the European Teacher Course for primary and lower secondary
  • school as well as a supplementary examination in Intercultural Education/Foreigner Pedagogy at
  • the University of Education Karlsruhe. She spent her semester abroad at the University of
  • Auckland, New Zealand. She is at the Heidelberg University of Education since 2007. At the
  • moment, her main areas of research are GIS didactics and geographic competencies. Since
  • , she is also in the second phase of teacher education, teaching at a school in Leimen St. Ilge.
  • Sarah W. Bednarzis a Professor of Geography and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in
  • the College of Geosciences, Texas A&M University. She is Co-chair of an NSF-funded
  • project to lay out a road map for efforts to improve geography education at a large scale
  • over the coming decade.

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Thomas R. BAKER This is me


Joseph J. KERSKI This is me


Niem Tu HUYNH This is me


Kathrin Viehrig And Sarah W. BEDNARZ This is me

Publication Date September 1, 2012
Application Date July 5, 2014
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Bibtex @ { rigeo133620, journal = {Review of International Geographical Education Online}, issn = {2146-0353}, eissn = {2146-0353}, address = {}, publisher = {Eyüp ARTVİNLİ}, year = {2012}, volume = {2}, pages = {254 - 288}, doi = {}, title = {Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research}, key = {cite}, author = {Baker, Thomas R. and Kerskı, Joseph J. and Huynh, Niem Tu and Bednarz, Kathrin Viehrig And Sarah W.} }
APA Baker, T. R. , Kerskı, J. J. , Huynh, N. T. & Bednarz, K. V. A. S. W. (2012). Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research . Review of International Geographical Education Online , 2 (3) , 254-288 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/rigeo/issue/11184/133620
MLA Baker, T. R. , Kerskı, J. J. , Huynh, N. T. , Bednarz, K. V. A. S. W. "Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research" . Review of International Geographical Education Online 2 (2012 ): 254-288 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/rigeo/issue/11184/133620>
Chicago Baker, T. R. , Kerskı, J. J. , Huynh, N. T. , Bednarz, K. V. A. S. W. "Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research". Review of International Geographical Education Online 2 (2012 ): 254-288
RIS TY - JOUR T1 - Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research AU - Thomas R. Baker , Joseph J. Kerskı , Niem Tu Huynh , Kathrin Viehrig And Sarah W. Bednarz Y1 - 2012 PY - 2012 N1 - DO - T2 - Review of International Geographical Education Online JF - Journal JO - JOR SP - 254 EP - 288 VL - 2 IS - 3 SN - 2146-0353-2146-0353 M3 - UR - Y2 - 2022 ER -
EndNote %0 Review of International Geographical Education Online Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research %A Thomas R. Baker , Joseph J. Kerskı , Niem Tu Huynh , Kathrin Viehrig And Sarah W. Bednarz %T Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research %D 2012 %J Review of International Geographical Education Online %P 2146-0353-2146-0353 %V 2 %N 3 %R %U
ISNAD Baker, Thomas R. , Kerskı, Joseph J. , Huynh, Niem Tu , Bednarz, Kathrin Viehrig And Sarah W. . "Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research". Review of International Geographical Education Online 2 / 3 (September 2012): 254-288 .
AMA Baker T. R. , Kerskı J. J. , Huynh N. T. , Bednarz K. V. A. S. W. Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research. Review of International Geographical Education Online. 2012; 2(3): 254-288.
Vancouver Baker T. R. , Kerskı J. J. , Huynh N. T. , Bednarz K. V. A. S. W. Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research. Review of International Geographical Education Online. 2012; 2(3): 254-288.
IEEE T. R. Baker , J. J. Kerskı , N. T. Huynh and K. V. A. S. W. Bednarz , "Call for an Agenda and Center for GIS Education Research", Review of International Geographical Education Online, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 254-288, Sep. 2012