This year Lori LaFrance's students are using the power of GIS mapping to analyze, and interpret salt march data. With the help of Glenn Hazelton, community member, and Northeastern professor, our students will be collecting salt march data using an app Glenn developed to upload data to a GIS map. They will be presenting their findings to the Mass Audubon Society held on November 17, 2017.
There are GIS mapping curriculum for elementary school, science, US history, and American Literature located at: http://education.maps.arcgis.com/home/group.html?id=39505ed571d646c8b6
For more information on GIS mapping visit the following link below.