USGIF Collaborates with John Champe High School Students

Back in February, USGIF teamed up with John Champe High School in Aldie, Va. to assist in a research project that focused on identifying pollutants in Loudoun County.

Back in February, USGIF teamed up with John Champe High School in Aldie, Va. to assist in a research project that focused on identifying pollutants in Loudoun County. Working with juniors and seniors in AP environmental science and computer science, USGIF gave students an overview of GEOINT and brought in volunteers from Esri to help them visualize their projects by using Esri’s StoryMaps.

Check out the video to get an in depth look at the project-based learning (PBL) project!

John Champe Pollution Story Maps from LCPS-TV on Vimeo.

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