Florida Geographic Alliance

Florida Geographic Alliance


Spreading the word about the Florida Society of Geographers 2020 Conference (to be held at the Hilton conference center in Gainesville, FL). Early registration is December 15 and the last date to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation is January 15. Would love to see teachers there. There will also be a very affordable Basics of QGIS Workshop. The meeting link is here:
Spreading the word about the Florida Society of Geographers 2018 Conference, to be held at the Melbourne Crowne Plaza Oceanfront on Feb 9-11, 2018. Abstracts are due on January 15. For more info, please "like" the Florida Society of Geographers FB page. Hope to see you there.

The Florida Geographic Alliance promotes geographic literacy in our state – Florida.

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Happening now in Tallahassee, FL, United States 02/03/2022

Happening now in Tallahassee, FL, United States

Loves me some strawberries, but Key Lime pie IS Florida's dessert!

Happening now in Tallahassee, FL, United States Keep Key Lime Pie As Florida's Dessert. 981 signatures are still needed!


🌎 The most adventurous time of year is back! 🌎

2021 begins again on Monday, November 15th! This year's theme is marine debris and our mission as citizens to keep the oceans clean.

Every year Florida students and community members work hard to assist the health of our beaches and rich ocean life. Everyone has a role to play in addressing marine debris - whether its awareness, organizing pickups, analyzing data or using your creativity! This year at flgeoweek.com we're bringing you daily bell-ringers, lessons, and featured resources to introduce your class to the tools they’ll need to get involved in preserving our beautiful ocean ecology 🐟🐠🐡

Visit flgeoweek.com to keep an eye out for new activities each day!


The northernmost, easternmost and westernmost points in the U.S. are found in Alaska. It’s true! Point Barrow in the north and both the eastern and western points are in the Aleutian Chain. Pochnoi Point on Semisopochnoi Island in the Aleutians is considered the easternmost point and Amatignak Island is the westernmost point because it lies east of the 180-degree longitude.

Florida Romance Map, a one page history dedicated to the Old Timers, 1951 - KNOWOL 04/01/2021

Florida Romance Map, a one page history dedicated to the Old Timers, 1951 - KNOWOL

Check out this amazing vintage map of Florida, restored by KNOWOL!

Florida Romance Map, a one page history dedicated to the Old Timers, 1951 - KNOWOL This vintage map of Florida was created in 1951 and is titled “a pictorial chart of romantic Florida depicting its exotic wildlife, its tropical splendors of land & sea; its historic past; its vital and exciting present”. The map was created and illustrated by Dave Mink, an artist from Sebring, ...

"The Hill We Climb" 01/22/2021

"The Hill We Climb"

Check out the historical moment Amanda Gorman read her work at the US Presidential inauguration! View the video below:

"The Hill We Climb" Poet and activist Amanda Gorman recites her poem "The Hill We Climb" at the historic inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Her words call for hope, unity and resilience in a time of division. "While democracy can be periodically delayed, it can never be permanently defeated," she says. "In th...


Today is 2020! As part of the celebration we’re thrilled to unveil our latest story mapping project.

Earlier this year the FGA partnered with celebrated local historian Ann Roberts to create “A View From...”, an oral history project open to students and communities anywhere!

Check out the first installment written by Ann Roberts, “Frenchtown: A View From the Barber’s Chair” 🌎✨ https://arcg.is/1XXvSP

Then hop over to flgeoweek.com to learn how to make one yourself!

Florida Geography Awareness Week 11/16/2020

Florida Geography Awareness Week

Happy Florida Geography Awareness Week! 🌍✨

We're thrilled to bring exciting new resources to you every day this week. Make sure to check out www.flgeoweek.com for today's lesson, 'An Introduction to Oral Histories' 💚

Florida Geography Awareness Week Celebrate this year's Florida Geography Awareness Week from November 10th - 16th, 2019!


🌎 It's the most adventurous time of year! 🌎

kicks off Monday, November 16th and lasts until Friday the 20th! This year's theme is the rich tradition of Oral Histories and geohistorical storytelling.

Oral histories are a crucial component of our communities. They provide an invaluable perspective on major historical events, directly from the people who lived them. This year at flgeoweek.com we're bringing you daily bell-ringers, lessons, and featured resources to introduce your class to the world of citizen interviews.

Visit flgeoweek.com to keep an eye out for new activities each day!

Timeline photos 09/15/2020

Timeline photos

What are your students noticing in their backyards? There are plenty of biodiversity wonders in your community and you can learn how to explore with our free webinar.

Join National Geographic staff and the Mott Foundation tomorrow at 12 p.m. ET for more outdoor tips: http://on.natgeo.org/6180GtGMQ

Great Blue Heron Overview, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology 09/13/2020

Great Blue Heron Overview, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Great Blue Heron Overview, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology Whether poised at a river bend or cruising the coastline with slow, deep wingbeats, the Great Blue Heron is a majestic sight. This stately heron with its subtle blue-gray plumage often stands motionless as it scans for prey or wades belly deep with long, deliberate steps. They may move slowly, but G...

Environmental Education at Home 09/08/2020

Environmental Education at Home

A great list of free resources from the National Environmental Education Foundation - NEEF

Environmental Education at Home Looking for fun and educational activities you and your family can do around the home? NEEF has gathered a list of activity guides and online resources to keep kids interested and engaged in environmental education.

Timeline photos 08/13/2020

Timeline photos

We’re thrilled to share that the is back! This fall, we’re moving to a new format to ensure flexibility, accessibility, equity, and engagement from as many participants during distance learning times.

This year’s changes include:
🐝 For schools practicing distance learning, we are offering the option to administer the school-level GeoBee competition online
🐝 All state-level GeoBee competitions will now be administered online
🐝 All school-level champions will have the opportunity to participate in the online state-level GeoBee competition
🐝 Registration is now free for schoolwide Title I schools, which will automatically be applied during the registration process

Register your school for the today! See all of the updates at: http://on.natgeo.org/6180G5zX4

📸: Brianna Dickson


Cub Noses Camera

Timeline photos 07/28/2020

Timeline photos

Educators looking for instructional resources for online mapping can refer to this webpage 👉 http://ow.ly/xX2r50AEiGl

This resource page includes:
-Teach with GIS implementation guide
-Learn ArcGIS lessons


Explorer Gab Mejia


Is the young nature-lover in your life looking for a virtual summer camp? Check out the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey and their "Raptor Pop" Zoom Camp!

There will be virtual games, breakout group discussions, crafts, and of course, seeing birds of prey virtually.


Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources 06/09/2020

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources National Geographic resources support the teaching of geographic thinking, science, culture, mapping, exploration, and storytelling. This collection contains resources to provide learners with background knowledge as they explore issues related to justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Topics in...

Timeline photos 06/02/2020

Timeline photos

Looking for AWESOME ways to keep your camp or club students engaged during the summer? Look no further! GIS Club Kits are here to help keep young learners creativity flowing. 💭🗺️ http://ow.ly/EhWP50zN8Db

Quest 28 – The nature of green technology and games 05/30/2020

Quest 28 – The nature of green technology and games

Quest 28 – The nature of green technology and games We use technology for everything— to work, learn, connect, play, and much more. In this quest, we explore green tech and gaming and how it can play an important part in helping us make a difference in fighting climate change.

Online Courses 05/22/2020

Online Courses

Some great free online courses for educators from National Geographic!

Online Courses Professional Learning Opportunities for Educators


Save the date! Registration coming soon.

Quest 14 – The nature of oceans 05/12/2020

Quest 14 – The nature of oceans

New Earth School quest from Ted-Ed!

Quest 14 – The nature of oceans The ocean is the last frontier— nature has found a way to thrive from the coral reef to the ocean floor and into trenches 10.9km (6.9 miles) deep. It may seem far away but we influence what happens there, and this affects all of us.


Free webinar for teachers! Check out SimpleK12 for lots of other resources regarding virtual teaching and transitioning to online platforms.

Learn about screencasting and how it can help you teach online! Designed for teachers who may be new to virtual teaching! Please share.


IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: We know that your learning schedules have been hectic for the last month due to social distancing measures. Because of this, we are EXTENDING the deadline for the Student Mapping Competition!

Entries are now due next Friday, May 8th, 2020. High School and Middle school students may enter for the chance to win $100!

Visit www.flgiscompetition.com for details.

Timeline photos 04/24/2020

Timeline photos

To support your family’s educational needs during this uncertain time, we've made our independent study packs FREE. Grab your K-5 pack here 👉🏾 https://bit.ly/2QeLhCo

Learn at Home: Grades K-2 04/24/2020

Learn at Home: Grades K-2

Learn at Home: Grades K-2 A curated collection for curious learners in grades K-2. With minimal supplies needed, these activities will keep young learners’ minds engaged in social studies, geography, science, and more.


Wishing you the happiest Earth Day, explorers! 🌎


Introducing Earth School!

Timeline photos 04/22/2020

A great Earth Day activity from Esri GIS in School Instruction 🌎

Happy Earth Day! 🌎🌱

Here is a "citizen science" activity that you (and your kids) can participate in that help scientists monitor our planet.

Learn about the 2020 Earth Day Challenge 👉 http://ow.ly/Vjkf50zkqmu


Colors of the Florida Scrub

A wonderful video to share with your students showcasing the beauty of our Florida scrub! Archbold Biological Station will be hosting a “Colors of the Florida Scrub” panel today at 3:30pm.

Archbold's Discovery Classroom "Spring Wildflowers" 04/22/2020

Archbold's Discovery Classroom "Spring Wildflowers"

Check out these awesome virtual field trips from Archbold K-12 Education in Venus, Florida!

Archbold's Discovery Classroom "Spring Wildflowers" The name “Florida” means “the land of flowers,” but unfortunately most of Florida’s 100 million yearly visitors are only here in the winter and don’t have th...


There's still time to enter Florida's Student Mapping Competition! Entries are due next Friday, May 1st, 2020.

High school and middle school students in the state of Florida have the chance to win $100 each with their submission of an Arcgis Story Map.

Visit www.flgiscompetition.com for details!

Definitions in the Field 04/21/2020

Definitions in the Field

Check out this excellent video series from National Geographic! Engage your students remotely with these NGS Explorers teaching from the field.

Definitions in the Field Concepts like chlorophyll or urbanization can be hard to explain. Watch as experts like National Geographic Explorers easily translate difficult terminology into an understandable form, while standing right in front of the phenomena in the field! The videos in this collection feature explorers in t...

Timeline photos 04/21/2020

Sound mapping is one of our favorite activities! Anyone can create a sound map, anywhere and anytime. 🌎

One of educator Kelly Koller's favorite Earth Day activities is making a sound map. What sounds are you hearing in nature?

The National Geographic Museum Releases a Virtual Tour of its Current Exhibition “Becoming Jane: The Evolution of Dr. Jane Goodall” 04/21/2020

The National Geographic Museum Releases a Virtual Tour of its Current Exhibition “Becoming Jane: The Evolution of Dr. Jane Goodall”

Take your students on a virtual field trip to National Geographic's newest exhibition on the incredible Jane Goodall!

The National Geographic Museum Releases a Virtual Tour of its Current Exhibition “Becoming Jane: The Evolution of Dr. Jane Goodall” For the first time, the National Geographic Museum has developed a virtual tour of the "Becoming Jane" exhibition and we invite you to explore with us.

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