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Promoting Students' Spatial Thinking in Upper Elementary Grades using Geograp...

NSF Awards: 1316660

2015 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades K-6

Elementary students are introduced to a series of ecological and historical activities utilizing Geographic Information System (GIS)to improve higher-level reasoning, spatial skills, and to address the gender gap in spatial thinking.

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