Thursday, September 15, 2005
Explore NW Johnson County Kansas Byways via AIMS.jocogov.org
"California Road" Eco-History Highpoints along the K-7 Corridor ...
Discover "Prairie Passage in Kansas" Foodscapes & Viewscapes
... Ag-Heritage, Biking, Birding, Fishing, Hiking & River Keeping ...
Some related posts from Technorati and Google.
[Kangis.org] KanGIS geotechnologies in education: In addition to funding the Roper Poll, National Geographic has invested more than$100 million to improve geographic knowledge in and out of the classroom.
Activities include the National Geographic Bee, a nationwide contest inwhich nearly 5 million fourth- through eighth-graders participate each year.
Through the National Geographic Education Foundation, teachers can tap into a grassroots network of state-based geographic alliances, onlinere sources, grant programs that encourage teachers to develop new and innovative teaching methods, and public-awareness campaigns for geography.