Explore the Power of MapMaker to Fuel Your Science and Social Studies Classrooms!

ChatGPT, Dall-E, Bard, Synthesia, and Decktopus. What’s a person to do? We survived other technology – the PC, the Internet, Wikipedia – and we’ll survive artificial intelligence.

Join Cengage co-authors Les Dlabay and Brad Kleindl for insights on not only how to survive but thrive in using AI for your Career and Technical Education course planning, creating class assignments, and developing student AI career skills.

Jason Sawle

Global Industry Manager for Schools, Esri

Kylie Donia

Education Solutions Specialist (K-12), Esri

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National Geographic MapMaker, developed by Esri and National Geographic, is a mapping application that uses the latest in GIS software to connect social studies and science classrooms with essential technology for exploration. Created specifically for students and educators, MapMaker is easy to use, free to access, is browser-based, and usable on most laptops and tablets.

Join us to learn about MapMaker and how your students can gain a better understanding of how the world’s most crucial issues, challenges, and opportunities fit into the context of place.

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