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Indiana Meets COVID-19: Teaching Geography, Economics, Government & Civics
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June 30 (Tuesday)
9a-9:50a – Welcome! Integrating Geography, Economics, & Government Utilizing COVID-19, Educator Panel Discussion: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
10:00a-10:50a – What is GIS? It’s ALL About the Data: Patterns, Relationships, Diffusion, and Distribution; Endemic, Epidemic, Pandemic… (Andy Baker, Lecturer in Geography, IUPUI)
11:00 a-11:50a – Marginalism: How Clean is Clean Enough (Dr. Mohammad Kaviani, Director, Center for Economic Education, IUPUI)
12:00p-12:50p – Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire: Exploring Congressional Action (Dr. Elizabeth R. Osborn, IU Center On Representative Government)
1:00p-2:00p – CREATE an Interactive Dashboard Using the IN COVID-19 Dashboard as an Example (Marianne Cardwell, The Polis Center @ IUPUI)

July 1 (Wednesday)
9:00a – 9:50a – MAKING a COVID-19 Map for your Community: Hot Spots and Anomalies (Andy Baker, Lecturer in Geography, IUPUI)
10:00a – 10:50a – Crisis Management: Elections, Budgets, & Local Decision-Making
11:00a-11:50a – Has Corona Changed the Teaching of Economics? Trade, Migration, & Elasticity of Labor (Dr. Mohammad Kaviani, Director, Center for Economic Education, IUPUI)
12:00p-12:50p – Ethics of Data Management: Map Analysis, Types of Maps (Andy Baker, Lecturer in Geography, IUPUI)
1:00p-2:00p – Panel Discussion & Wrap-Up
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