Inquiry-based learning with practical lessons using GIS in the geography indoor and outdoor classroom

This webinar will explore various lessons for the Grade 9, 11 and 12 geography curriculum and classroom. Topics will include food waste and litterless campaigns, neighbourhood thematic land use, climate change walks and Indigenous communities and water issues. Participants will come away with ready-to-teach lessons and assignments for the balance of semester two.


Zoom Webinar Presentation

Presenter: Dimitra Tsanos

Audience: 9-12


Presenter: Dimitra Tsanos

Email: [email protected]



 Participants survey: Survey 123 –

 Guess the mystery country!

 Water resources shared by participants:

– There’s Something In the Water

– The Water Walker: (trailer)

– Water Warriors:

– After the Last River

– The Water Protectors

– The Marshes (Kassem Hawal, 1976)

 Driftscape App/Web:

 Visual Capitalist:

 Cathy’s Composter:

 Cathy Nesbitt – Cathy’s Crawly Composters – [email protected]

 The Living Composter – made in Ontario compact composting tray system doubles as a stool – Total cost for the Living Composter includes 2 stackable trays, initial bedding, instruction manual and one pound of red wiggler worms is $259.84 ($194.95 + $29.89 HST + $35 shipping) or $220.29 picked up. Living Composter with ½ lb. of worms is $237.24 shipped ($197.69 picked up) For chlorinated tap water, fill a container – allow to sit for 24-48 hours so chlorine will evaporate prior to setting up bedding. It comes in four colours.

 ESRI GIS Ambassadors Program: