Human Landscapes of East Asia

This workshop, which is open to NH teachers only, will address Theme E: Cultural Development, Interaction and Change of the New Hampshire Curriculum Framework. In particular, topics in geography, world history, anthropology, sociology and psychology will be discussed....

Giant Traveling Africa Map

National Geographic’s giant Africa traveling map will be coming to the State of New Hampshire during the month of November 2012. This map of Africa will fill a gymnasium and comes with a trunk full of activities and materials for children to use. For more information...

March Webinar

The Geographic Advantage: Supporting Online Investigations in the Classroom Susan Gallagher Heffron Sr. Project Manager for Geography Education AAG Washington, DC (via Australia) Learn more about a free new resource, “The Geographic Advantage: An AAG Companion...

NCGE Webinar Program – Special Update

National Council For Geographic Education Webinar Program Special Update March 7, 2012 We’ve made a change to the webinar schedule and wanted you to know…it’s now FREE!   “Starting Your Own Geospatial Semester” Wednesday, April 4,...

Workshop on Turkish History & Culture

Local teachers are invited to attend a workshop on Turkish history & culture and could go on a tour of the country in July. The workshop, sponsored by the World Affairs Council of NH at Southern NH University in Manchester is free for teachers of grades 6-12....