Geospatial STEM Academy Teacher Workshop @ UCF: Tuesday, June 6, 2017
This FREE geospatial technologies workshop is designed for Florida middle school teachers of all disciplines who wish to infuse geographic concepts, mapping, drones, and other geospatial technologies into their curriculum in a fun and interactive manner. The free workshop will be held from 9:00 am - 3:45 pm on June 6 at University of Central Florida. The workshop will include 3-4 hands-on sessions on geospatial technologies, including GIS, mapping and drones.

Participants will receive the following as part of their participation in the program: 1) workshop materials; 2) free mapping applications and lesson plans for their classrooms; 3) free snacks; and 4) a Parrot mini-drone*.

Any questions, can be directed to Dr. Timothy L. Hawthorne at All participants must complete the below questions and choose to like/follow Citizen Science GIS on Facebook (citizensciencegis) and Twitter (citizen_gis). Priority registration will close on May 16, 2017 and registration is on a first come, first served basis basis and our review criteria. The workshop will be capped at 12-15 teachers. The workshop will need a minimum of 10 participants to occur. All questions below are required for a complete application to the workshop.

*the parrot mini-drone will include a commitment to integrate the drone technology into a fall 2017 lesson with your class (with our assistance of course).

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