Learn about M.A.G.I.C. for Schools: Maps Are Great In Class

Join this introduction to ArcGIS Online for schools and clubs. With just a web browser, easily construct maps, create and analyze data, and make presentations. Students and teachers can go hands-on in seconds, and build powerful results, in any grade, any subject.   Online maps connect to any device, anytime, anywhere. Any K-12 school or youth club can have ArcGIS software for free for instruction. Learn how your mapping can enhance your classroom environment.

In this webinar, you will learn:

- How educators can use pre-created maps and apps in different subject areas.

- How students can do projects that build both skills and background knowledge.

- How schools can support collaboration, interdisciplinary learning, and cross-age activities.


Charlie Fitzpatrick, Esri Education Manager

Tom Baker, Esri Education Manager

Erika Klose, WV Dept of Ed K-12 Technology Integration Coordinator for STEM and Computer Science

Who should attend? K-12 educators who are not yet comfortable or even familiar with ArcGIS Online.

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ArcGIS Online offers rich banks of instructional content and captivating explorations of the patterns and relationships of our world, for free. Any K12 school or youth club anywhere can request free software to construct even more. The same core technologies that power business, government, and research also support learning, without boundaries of subject, grade, or location.

*Attendance Certificates available for attendees


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