We at #worldgeochat always enjoy when we have guest moderators. As Pete noted in his review post on Wednesday, “it gives us a chance to step back and really dig into the Twitter feed and engage with all the awesomeness that transpires.”
Last week, we had @NewsELA join us.
This week, we’ve got @NatGeoEducation!
To catch you up to speed, the #worldgeochat crew has been working side-by-side with National Geographic Education, who has asked the WGC crew to be guest bloggers once a month on their education blog. At the NCGE conference this year, we all attended their presentation on the “Geo-Inquiry” process that can easily be introduced to students in the classroom. Click here to receive more information about the Geo-Inquiry process. “The Geo-Inquiry Process relies on using a geographic perspective, offering a unique lens to analyze space, place, and the interconnections between both the human and natural world.”
Caryl-Sue from National Geographic Education will be taking the charge this week! The topic: Inquiry Leads to Action. Below is the list of questions: