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Thinking Spatially: GIS in the High School Classroom
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Green Teacher Volume 50, ISSN 1192-1285

Abstract

Discusses the Geographic Information System (GIS) which can display information from a database in a geo-referenced map, the speed with which it can correlate many layers of information, the varied angles it can provide, and other images that it can rotate and transform. States benefits for the classroom including interdisciplinary applications and links to local and regional environmental issues. (AIM)

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Alibrandi, M. (1997). Thinking Spatially: GIS in the High School Classroom. Green Teacher, 50, 15-18. Retrieved August 26, 2019 from .

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