The Virginia Geospatial Extension Program

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Virginia Geospatial Training Yellow Pages for PreCollege Educators

Refer directly to the individuals / organizations below for geospatial training to support precollege education professionals (including middle, high school teachers, 4-H groups, etc.).  If you are not a precollege educator, and are looking for training opportunities, please check VGEP's workshops or Yellow Pages - Professionals.

 

Chris Carter

Chris Carter

Assistant Director
Virginia Space Grant Consortium
cxcarter@odu.edu , (757) 766-5210
Location: Hampton, VA
Workshop topics: GIS, GPS, Remote Sensing
Website: http://www.vsgc.odu.edu/

Chris manages the OVERspace Program which is a professional development program teaching K-12 teachers how to implement Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the Global Positioining System (GPS) into the classroom.

 

Mike Clifford

Mike Clifford

Youth Education / retired 4-H Extension Agent
mjc4h@vt.edu
Location:
Workshop topics: GPS

Mike has coordinated the Va 4-H GPS-GIS program since its start in June, 2000. Now retired from Va Cooperative Extension, Mike continues to conduct GPS workshops for both youth and adult groups. He is also involved in developing GPS-GIS curriculum at the state & national levels.

 

Bob Kolvoord

Bob Kolvoord

ISAT Information & Knowledge Management
James Madison University
kolvoora@jmu.edu, (540) 568-2752
Location:Harrisonburg, VA
Workshop topics: GIS, GPS, Remote Sensing
Website: http://www.isat.jmu.edu/people/kolvoord.html

Bob has provided professional development workshops and developed curriculum for K-12 teachers using GIS, GPS and remote sensing since 1990. He has given workshops to teachers across the USA and around the world. His focus is on helping you bring these tools to your students and classroom