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Learn with GeoCivics 2024

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On the road Summer 2023!

This picture was taken at the Castillo San Felipe del Morro, also known as El Morro, a citadel built between 16th and 18th centuries in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. 


Our goal is to integrate geography across the social sciences to improve instruction for culturally and linguistically diverse student populations.  By developing a systemic plan to design and implement professional development, digital resources, and GeoCivics lesson plans, we will further educate, support and empower K-12 teachers.

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Westward Expansion through the Lense of Indigenous Peoples
Take our free online course to deepen your understanding of Westward Expansion through the lens of indigenous populations! Self-study modules include the Constitution, geography, history, and civics. If you would like professional development hours, please complete all forms, surveys and quizzes. Upon successful completion, you will be awarded a GeoCivics certificate and 30 professional development hours from the GeoCivics Project in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. Or, take the course to deepen your knowledge and identify activities and resources for your classroom. Coming soon!

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US Territories & Regions
Free asynchronous course on US Territories & Regions! Stay tuned :)

Civic Engagement & Advocacy during an election year
2024 GeoCivics Summer Academy


During the summer of 2024 we will be hosting an exciting place-based educational experience in Washington, DC to learn how to include diverse perspectives in the education space through civic engagement and advocacy in your American history, geography, civics, and government instruction. During the Academy, we will celebrate Juneteenth in our Capital, and meet with educators, historians, experts, and advocacy groups. We will also visit historic locations such as the White House, the Capital, and museums to deepen content knowledge of civic engagement and advocacy, and strengthen pedagogical knowledge and skills.

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