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PROMOTING INQUIRY IN THE GIFTED CLASSROOM THROUGH GPS AND GIS TECHNOLOGIES

Elizabeth Shaunessy ; Carrie Page

Gifted child today magazine, 2006-10-01, Vol.29 (4), p.43 [Periódico revisado por pares]

Thousand Oaks: SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC

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  • Título:
    PROMOTING INQUIRY IN THE GIFTED CLASSROOM THROUGH GPS AND GIS TECHNOLOGIES
  • Autor: Elizabeth Shaunessy ; Carrie Page
  • Assuntos: Data collection ; Geographic information systems ; Gifted education ; Global positioning systems--GPS ; Leadership ; Learning ; Radio systems ; Social studies education ; Teachers ; Technological change
  • É parte de: Gifted child today magazine, 2006-10-01, Vol.29 (4), p.43
  • Descrição: Thus, students should develop proficiency in "geographic skills, such as locating places and understanding the context of current events, in addition to developing a spatial perspective and learning to use geographic tools, such as maps and computerized geographic information systems" (RoperASW, 2002, p. 1), in order to be competent, informed consumers and decision makers in the global, information-rich society of today and the future. GPS and GIS technologies offer teachers the opportunity to incorporate technological applications aligned with the national standards developed by National Council for Social Studies (1994), as well as the National Science Education Standards (National Research Council, 1997), the National Education Technology Standards for Students (ISTE, 2000), and the Gifted Program Standards (Landrum, Callahan, & Shaklee, 2001).
  • Editor: Thousand Oaks: SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC
  • Idioma: Inglês

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