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-The National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA), funded by the Freeman Foundation, is a multi-year initiative to encourage and facilitate teaching and learning about East Asia in elementary and secondary schools nationwide. NCTA is a premier provider of professional development on East Asia.
-SWIG, Supporting Women in Geography Supporting Women in Geography (SWIG) is an informal network of groups that promote the participation and empowerment of women in the field of Geography, and work to reduce the isolation and barriers that can occur without awareness of our shared community.
-Fundamentals of World Regional Geography Good resource included how to make a web page.
Geography Educational Sites -Sites from the United Kingdom, mainly Scotland. Some very educational and informative pages.
General and Social Geography Links -Another link page.
State Alliances -The Geographic Alliances by state.
My Wonderful World -My Wonderful World is a National Geographic-led campaign—backed by a coalition of national business and non-profit organizations—to expand geographic learning in school, at home, and in communities.
-About Geography.com -Constantly updated information and news about geography today.
Association of American Geographers -The Association of American Geographers (AAG) is a scientific and educational society founded in 1904. Its 10,000 members share interests in the theory, methods, and practice of geography and geographic education.
CERES project – Astronomy lesson plans
China in Time and Space -China in Time and Space (CITAS) is a project to create and maintain databases of spatially- and temporally-referenced data on China. CITAS aims to provide access to a wealth of contemporary and historical information on China at minimal cost to scholars and other non-commercial users.
CIA Factbook -Facts and Statistics on every country. Updated frequently.
Community Atlas Project -ESRI’s U.S. Community Atlas is a project in which teachers and students across the country define the nature of “their community” and post descriptions and maps about it. These presentations are combined on the Web server and can be searched by characteristic and explored for similarities and differences.
Geography Action -Since 1888, Nat Geo has traveled the Earth, sharing its amazing stories with each new generation. National Geographic’s Mission Programs support critical expeditions and scientific fieldwork, encourage geography education for students, promote natural and cultural conservation, and inspire audiences through new media, vibrant exhibitions, and live events. Witness the mission in action, and get involved today!
Geography for Life Standards (A tutorial) -
The National Council for Geographic Education works to enhance the status and quality of geography teaching and learning.
Geography Network -The Geography Network is a global network of geographic information users and providers. It provides the infrastructure needed to support the sharing of geographic information among data providers, service providers, and users around the world. Through the Geography Network, you can access many types of geographic content including dynamic maps, downloadable data, and more advanced Web services.
George F. Cram Company -Nystrom has been in the business of helping teachers teach and students learn for over 100 years. We pride ourselves on the simple fact that education is our only focus.
Habitats -Resources for Science Learning.
Landform Atlas -Downloadable US landform maps to color and study.
MapBlast -Allows you to make maps of any address and area you design.