Mark F. Manone

Mark F. Manone
Northern Arizona University | NAU · Department of Geography, Planning, and Recreation

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The current study scaled-up proven PD by providing Facilitation Academies which taught facilitators to provide Teacher Workshops (TWs) to secondary STEM educators. The purpose was to identify how TWs prepared teachers to implement geospatial inquiry lessons, provided them with geospatial technology (GST) performance skills, and prepared them for te...
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Since 2009, Power of Data Teacher Workshops have enabled teachers to enhance instruction with GST. Hundreds of students benefited. We identified principles that led to successful teaching and learning, created a teaching and learning framework, & developed programs to enable teacher educators to replicate POD Teacher Workshops across the nation. We...
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We used a classroom observation tool that integrated ISTE standards for students to determine effectiveness of a geospatial technology-integrated professional development program.
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GEOCACHE is a collaborative project establishing career and educational pathways from high schools through 2-year colleges & universities. Components include interdisciplinary dual enrollment course development integrating GST & project based instruction; sustained professional development & support for college faculty & secondary teachers; & caree...
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We have provided two years of professional development for secondary and middle school teachers with a focus on project-based instruction (PBI) using GIS. The EYE-POD project (funded by NSF-ITEST) involved pairs of teachers from Arizona and the surrounding region in two-week institutes during Summer, 2010, and an advanced institute in Summer, 2011....
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An aim of the NSF-ITEST funded POD project is to examine the effect that technology-integrated, problem-based learning modules have on the learning of secondary students whose teachers have participated in a curriculum implementation professional development structure. This research focuses on the professional development structure as the first ste...
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The EYE-POD project at Northern Arizona University is an NSF-ITEST-funded professional development program for secondary science (SS) and career technical education (CTE) teachers. The program recruited SS-CTE teacher pairs from Arizona and the surrounding region to participate in two-week workshops during Summer, 2010, and an advanced workshop ins...
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James Androwski, Abraham Springer, Thomas Acker, and Mark Manone, 2011. Wind-Powered Desalination: An Estimate of Saline Groundwater in the United States. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 47(1):93-102. DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2010.00493.x Abstract: Increasing scarcity of freshwater resources in many regions of the world...
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Learning optical mineralogy requires students to integrate a complex theory with microscope manipulations and image interpretation. To assist student learning, we performed lecture demonstrations during which digital photomicrographs were taken and delivered to students using Tablet PCs, whereupon they were imported into note-taking software and an...
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Elevation data from high-resolution photogrammetry and different resolution and replicate collections of LIDAR were compared with ground survey elevations of bare- and vegetated-sediment deposits within the Colorado ecosystem to determine their ability to map ground topography at an accuracy of =20 cm and to estimate sediment volume at an accuracy...
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This study documents the geomorphic response to the 1996 controlled flood of 33 study sites in fan-eddy complexes distributed throughout Grand Canyon. Repeated topographic mapping was used to quantify sediment redistribution at sites within three distinct parts of the fan-eddy complex: high-elevation sand bars, submerged areas of the recirculation...

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