Needs Assessment References

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Part D: Needs Assessment References

Boss, S., & Krauss, J. (2007) Power of the Mashup: Combining Essential Learning with New Technology Tools. Learning & Leading with Technology, v35, 12-17

Martinez, A. E., & Williams, N. A., & Metover, S. K., & Morris, J. N., & Berhane, S. A. (2009). A Geospatial Scavenger Hunt. Science Scope, v32, n6, 18-23.

Minnesota Department of Education. (2004). Minnesota Academic Standards in History and Social Studies. Minnesota Department of Education. Minnesota.

Kendall, J. S. Exemplary Geography Benchmarks Among the Seven States in the Central Region. Mid Continent Research for Education and Learning.

Slaughter, T. (2009). Creating a Successful Academic Climate for Urban Students. Techniques: Connecting Education and Careers, v84, 16-19.

Daley, R. (2005). No Geographer left behind. Station Texas: Texas A&M University.

Siegle, D. (2007). Moving beyond a Google Search: Google Earth, SketchUp, Spreadsheet, and More. Gifted Child Today, v30, 24-28.

Stoltman, J. P. (2001). The 2001 National Assessment of Educational Progress in Geography. Eric Digest.

Gagne’, R. M, & Wage, W.W, & Golas, K. C., & Keller, J. M. (2005). Principles of Instructional Design. Belmont: Wadsworth.

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