POSTPONED – California Geography Education Conference at SDSU (new date TBD)

Due to the ongoing campus closure, this event had to be postponed until the 2020-21 school year.  Please check back for more information and a new date.

The California Geographic Alliance is proud to be hosting the 1st California Geography Education Conference at San Diego State University on May 1-2, 2020.  K-12 teachers of all subjects are encouraged to attend and participate in professional learning field studies, workshops, and lectures.

The conference will kickoff on the 1st with an afternoon plenary session featuring Dr. Alexander B. Murphy speaking about “Coping with a Fast-Changing World: Why Geography Matters,” followed by a reception. Saturday the 2nd will feature a full day of professional learning sessions focused on helping all students develop geographic knowledge.  Teachers (all grade levels and subjects), informal educators, pre-service teachers, and advocates of geographic, environmental, and global literacy are encouraged to attend.

  • Registration is $35, $20 for current students and unwaged workers.  Register now a  
  • Interested in leading a session to share your instructional experience, strategies, or resources related to geographic learning?  You can indicate that on the registration form.  We are interested in hearing from you! 

Graphic image promoting First California Geography Education Conference.