Please share this information with any and all K-12 educators that would like to learn more on how they can easily implement geospatial learning into their classroom. It is a great tool to connect with their visual learners! The workshop on July 25-26 is offered at University of Delaware Main Campus (Smith 040)!


$120 Stipend will be provided to Delaware teachers and this workshop provides 12 hours of professional development.  Lunch and refreshments are included.

Registration forms and additional information can be found at:


Beginner Level Workshop for Teachers and Other Educators to use FREE Online Mapping to reveal patterns and enhance the understanding of topics such as community issues, watersheds, natural hazards, international treaty borders, migration paths and many more.


This workshop will provide hands-on activities designed to introduce you to ArcGIS Online; a FREE online Mapping software.  Online mapping can be a powerful tool to help students visualize an issue and determine the data needed to solve a problem and analyze possible outcomes. You can use this mapping software as a tool to learn about; communities, history, business, climate, economic development, the environment, public health and a wide range of STEM and Social Studies curriculum topics. An understanding of spatial thinking using geo-spatial technologies can be an important component of a student’s learning. The workshop will provide you with the skills to bring EASY TO USE ONLINE Mapping software to your students and colleagues along with related APPS and Story Maps.


The workshop will be offered twice. Register for the location that is convenient for you.


July 25 & 26 – Newark, DE – University of Delaware 040 Smith Hall


August 1 & 2 – Georgetown, DE – Sussex County Training Center