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While there are many different reports on the site the map I'm pointing to focuses on a report that focuses on the factors that affect learning at individual schools.
If you browse through this blog or sections of the Tutor/Mentor blog you'll see that I create stories by zooming into sections of map platforms like this, then creating a screen shot that I convert to a jpg that can be put in the story.
Below is a closeup of the Chicago region. You can drill down even closer to look at individual schools.
Below you can see how I share maps from these stories on Twitter and how I'm trying to motivate youth from schools across Chicago and the world to create their own map-stories, focusing on issues in their own community.
This is something that youth as early is middle school could be doing for various class projects, or for service learning. If practiced all the way through high school and college, I suspect we'd develop a generation of spatial thinkers who use maps to draw needed programs and resources into more places where such help is needed.I've followed a "rest of the story" strategy shown in blog articles like this since 1994. I point to #Chicago #tutor #mentor orgs in these areas, or the lack of such programs. Students could learn to do this, helping build public awareness. https://t.co/2AbuyRkmAh pic.twitter.com/MdX6Ykp0Fb— Daniel Bassill (@tutormentorteam) December 18, 2019
Thank you to everyone who has read and shared stories from my blogs over the past year. I wish you all a happy, healthy and hope filled holiday.