How Can We Help Students Appreciate the Value of Learning Geography?
Larry Ferlazzo withElisabeth Johnson, Kelly Young
Despite our increasingly shrinking and flattened world, many students still don’t see the value of learning geography. How can we change that?
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November 11, 2014 Classroom Q & A
Elisabeth Johnson has taught Geography at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, CA for 8 years. She has a Master’s in Education with an emphasis in Advanced Teaching Practices and has worked with the local chapter of the National Writing Project as a Teacher Consultant for 2 years. Kelly Young is executive director of Pebble Creek Laboratories, a school improvement consulting company. A past teacher, principal, staff developer and superintendent, Kelly consults, trains and conducts research on instructional improvement, staff development and school renewal.
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