The New Hampshire Geographic Alliance has developed a variety of resources available for use in classroom instruction. This includes New England Atlases for sale,Free Lesson Plans and items for loan. Many more resources can be accessed on our website but you must be a registered user.

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The New Hampshire Geographic Alliance (NHGA) envisions a future for our state in which all of our citizens have a achieved a high level of geographic literacy as a result of cooperative, collaborative, and coordinated educational and policy efforts.

 

The mission of the New Hampshire Geographic Alliance (NHGA) is to engender an awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the fundamental importance of Geography, its spatial perspectives, and its vital relationship to our lives. NHGA promotes an increase of and diffusion of geographic literacy in New Hampshire by communicating with, building relationships to, and providing opportunities for educators, educational decision makers, and institutions of education.

 

Contact Information:

Lara Bryant:Coordinator: (603)-358-2428

 

Lara Bryant

 

New Hampshire Geographic Alliance

Keene State College

229 Main Street, MailStop 2001

 

 

 

Why_Geography_Matters_in_NH      (pdf file)

The New Hampshire Geographic Alliance has a printable map of New Hampshire. Download in a .zip file and print each section at your leisure. The .zip will download and open up a folder with 29 separate Tile maps. If you open up the file marked NHTiles first it will give you an overview of the map of New Hampshire and allow you to see what file corresponds to what region on the map. You must be a registered User to access our Resources.

 

The printable maps are available on our Resources page.

New Hampshire Geographic Alliance has GPS Units, Mega Maps, Nexus Tablets and Infrared Thermometers available for loan to schools in New Hampshire. If you are interested in borrowing anything please submit an online request by using the online form or contact the NHGA Coordinator at: lbryant1@keene.edu.

 

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Available for sale from New Hampshire Geographic.

 

New Hampshire Atlas

 

Rhode Island Atlas

 

Vermont Atlas

 

Massachusetts Atlas

 

Connecticut Atlas

 

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NH Geo Tour

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Check out the GeoTour of NH made by Claudia Novak.

All of the states who made a GeoTour are available at NG Geo Tours.

The GeoTours are great to use for teaching major landmarks and landforms of each state for 4th grade elementary students.

If you have any questions please contact Claudia.

 

Summer Spatial Institutes 2015

Designed specifically for teachers, the 2015 Summer Spatial Institute series will take educators from beginning online GIS skills through the more advanced skills analyzing local data. Attend one or attend them all. The series is created for you design a full program that meets your professional development needs. CEU’s, undergraduate, and graduate credits are available for each institute. For detailed content information and to register online for any of the institutes, please go to the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension website link: http://extension.unh.edu/2015-Summer-Spatial-Institutes or see Summer Institute 2015 Flyer for individual... read more

Choices Workshops Maine and Rhode Island

Introductory Workshop Engaging Students in International Issues: The Choices Approach Thursday, September 24, 2015 8:30 am-3:30 pm Brown University School of Professional Studies Providence, RI Cost: $145 per person. Price includes two units ($78 value), lunch, 7-hour certificate of attendance, and all workshop materials. A limited number of scholarships are available for pre-service teachers. Who Should Attend: History, civics, geography, government and other social studies teachers, as well as Humanities teachers, are the target audience. Materials are appropriate for grades 7-12. During the workshop, you will: • Be introduced to the Choices Program’s award-winning resources and approach to teaching about contested international issues; • Examine and work with the Choices units The U.S.Role in a Changing World and Freedom Now: The Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi (provided); • Network with exemplar colleagues in social studies education from across New England. This is a participatory workshop, so come ready to be engaged and inspired! Flyer RI ============================================================================ Introductory Workshop (2) Engaging Students in International Issues: The Choices Approach Friday, September 25, 2015 8:30 am-3:30 pm Yarmouth High School Yarmouth, ME Cost: $145 per person. Price includes two units ($78 value), lunch, 7-hour certificate of attendance, and all workshop materials. A limited number of scholarships are available for pre-service teachers. Who Should Attend: History, civics, geography, government and other social studies educators will benefit. Materials are appropriate for grades 7-12. Humanities teachers often use our materials and are also invited to attend. During the workshop, you will: • Be introduced to the Choices Program’s award-winning resources and approach to teaching about contested international issues; • Examine and work with the Choices... read more

Outdoor Classroom Grants Available- Due Date April 15, 2015

New Hampshire Project Learning Tree is pleased to announce the availability of four $250.00 grants to help assist in the development of outdoor classrooms on schoolyards. Examples of projects that qualify include planting trees and shrubs to provide wildlife food or cover, establishing pollinator gardens, building ponds or other water sources such as birdbaths and fountains, construction of nature trails, building bridges, benches and similar structures. New Hampshire Project Learning Tree supports students and educators in projects that make a difference in helping children connect with nature.  The Outdoor Classroom Special Fund was started to honor the leadership of  Esther Cowles, Executive Director 1997-2011. Grant Criteria Grant Application For complete criteria and applications go to  http://www.nhplt.org/about/outdoor-classroom-special-fund/  . If you have any questions about the type of project you are considering or how to complete the proposal forms, please contact Judy Silverberg, NH Project Learning Tree Coordinator at judy.silverberg@gmail.com or info@nhplt.org Interested in supporting the work of NH Project Learning Tree go to www.nhplt.org and make a... read more

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