Case Study: Teaming GIS Technology with Experience-Based Lessons

ArcNews April, 2002

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Academic Instruction Youth-and-Community
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Typically, outdoor environmental education is an activity-based experience. Concepts and lessons about the natural world (primarily natural sciences) are brought to life through direct experience and movement metaphors, that is, elaborate role-playing activities that illustrate predator/prey relationships or complex natural systems.

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http://www.esri.com/news/arcnews/spring02articles/teaminggis.html