There will be two geospatial teacher workshops this summer and details are now posted on the NHEdGIS website at http://www.nhedgis.org/2019-summer-spatial-institutes.html
The annual Watershed Ecology Institute (https://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/education/documents/wei-2019-flyer.pdf) led by Judy Tumosa will be held at the Sullivan County Complex in Unity, NH on July 16th-18th. "Join the N.H. Fish and Game Watershed Education Program (WEP) and the Sullivan County Conservation District (SCCD) to explore the aquatic and terrestrial wonders of the Sullivan County lands in the beautiful Connecticut River Valley."
NHEdGIS will also be offering a Power of Data workshop (http://www.nhedgis.org/power-of-data-in-new-hampshire-475256.html) in conjunction with an NSF funded program out of Northern Arizona University. The NH Power of Data program focuses on helping teachers plan and implement a geospatial inquiry project with their students and especially on how to help students understand how to choose, symbolize, and display data in thoughtful and honest ways to tell a story. It consists of a week long face-to-face institute following some online preparatory sessions. We are currently determining the best week (August 5-9 OR 12-16) and location (Hopkinton Middle High School OR Plymouth Regional High School) so if you are interested in attending this program please fill out this survey (https://goo.gl/forms/MAeQPJw42iYWLE6L2) to let us know your preferences.