While many skills have become obsolete in the digital age, developing map skills remains a valuable tool for building students’ spatial reasoning skills and helping them make sense of the world around them. Join Michelle Dragalin for this time-saving, to the point session as she discusses seven pieces of research-based evidence that support teaching map skills in the classroom. You will also walk away with a variety of resources and activities that are adaptable for your students’ individual needs.

Presented by Michelle Dragalin

Michelle Dragalin owns her business “Michelle’s Innovations” and works online as a freelance writer, educator, presenter, curriculum developer, adjunct professor and instructional designer. Michelle has her Ed.S in Education, specializing in Educational technology, M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction.


  • Explore research-based evidence that supports teaching map skills in the classroom.

  • Discover resources and activities for teaching map skills that are adaptable to students’ individual needs.

Special Technology Instructions


Participants will join a collaborative backchannel chat and discuss strategies for teaching map skills to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning.


By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate SimpleK12 Certificate of Completion

Learning Credits

CEU 0.50


Viewed a 30 Min On-Demand Course

25 points
On course completion