City as School: Geography Through Our Eyes

  • Christine, "Christine's Creation Nation," 2008Christine, "Christine's Creation Nation," 2008
  • Danielle, "We See Greed Absurd Bad," 2008Danielle, "We See Greed Absurd Bad," 2008
  • Tiffani, "Inspiration," 2008.Tiffani, "Inspiration," 2008.
  • Ina, "Inspired," 2008.Ina, "Inspired," 2008.
  • Kershema, "A Helping Hand," 2008.Kershema, "A Helping Hand," 2008.
  • Kevon, "ROW ROW ROW YOUR BOAT DOWN THE STINKY STREAM," 2008.Kevon, "ROW ROW ROW YOUR BOAT DOWN THE STINKY STREAM," 2008.
  • Sean, "Eruption," 2008.Sean, "Eruption," 2008.
  • Taylor, "Radiant child walks again," 2008.Taylor, "Radiant child walks again," 2008.
  • Tempestt, "Eccentric," 2008.Tempestt, "Eccentric," 2008.
  • Vadim, "Untitled," 2008.Vadim, "Untitled," 2008.
  • Zacchary, "From dreams to decay," 2008.Zacchary, "From dreams to decay," 2008.

This course is an introduction to spatial relationships among world geographic regions, with focuses on the physical, cultural, political, and economic characteristics within each region. Students investigated how geographic regions interact with each other, and used use the city they live in to further their knowledge in geography at every level.  Students created a visual journal/diary that interpreted their journey in the class.

City as School: Geography Through Our Eyes

This course is an introduction to spatial relationships among world geographic regions, with focuses on the physical, cultural, political, and economic characteristics within each region. Students investigated how geographic regions interact with each other, and used use the city they live in to further their knowledge in geography at every level.  Students created a visual journal/diary that interpreted their journey in the class.