Length/Credits: 1 semester – 1 credit
Open to: Grades 10, 11, 12
Students use geographical and historical skills and concepts to deepen their understanding of the global themes contained in the Indiana academic standards.
Geography and History of the World is an alternative to the standard World History course. It provides research tools to think geographically and historically, including:
The concepts provide intellectual tools to think geographically and historically about: change over time, cultural landscape, diffusion, human environment interactions, human livelihoods, national character, spatial interaction, spatial organization and spatial variation.