Would you like to have a GeoMentor? In 2009, National Geographic and ESRI launched a formal effort to help educators and geoprofessionals work together to build student learning. People who use geography in their work can help educators and youth see the world in new ways. A GeoMentor “adopts” a school, class, or club and supports the educators in working with youth. Using tools of geography (such as maps and globes, atlases, charts, imagery, and field work), the GeoMentor helps the educator and students develop skills in geographic thinking. For more information, visit http://edcommunity.esri.com/educational-roles/geomentors.
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