Teaching geography by Philip Gersmehl This book and accompanying CD-ROM present a complete conceptual framework and many hands-on ideas for effective K-12 geography instruction. The focus is on planning instruction that helps students dev.... Published date on: 2008 with total page: 320 pages. Publisher of Teaching Geography is Guilford Press.
This book and accompanying CD-ROM present a complete conceptual framework and many hands-on ideas for effective K-12 geography instruction. The focus is on planning instruction that helps students develop spatial-thinking skills while learning about the land, climate, economy, and culture of places around the world. Nearly 100 engaging activities are provided in reproducible transparency masters and on the CD-ROM. Grounded in national and state standards, this is an ideal preservice text or professional development resource.
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