Mr. Martin, aka Jeff here, though the more time I spend out of the classroom the less I feel deserving of the title Mr. Martin (yes I consider that an honorable title.)
If you are reading this, you are likely an AP Human Geography teacher or student. You are probably looking for resources or tools to help you succeed in either teaching or passing this course. I truly hope that the resources on this site can be of some benefit to all of you.
You can read about my bio on the site, but I wanted to give a quick update as to my recent endeavors writing curriculum for Subtext. I discovered this app while working as an ELA consultant in high-needs schools in Boston and NYC for Johns Hopkins University. Since December of 2012, I’ve been proud to be a part of an amazing team that has built what I consider to be one of the greatest educational apps out there. And we have the reviews to prove it.
Just the other day I did a type of search to see if my site is still mentioned and was surprised and humbled to see that people still use my site. I get about 400-500 hits a day, but that is largely due to my extensive map database, which have been around long enough to appear on the top rows of image searches. But I still found some other sites linking directly here that I wanted to list:
didn’t realize there was a whole pinterest board for this site:
This teacher used my N. Korea resources:
I have to admit, it seems bizarre to be cited in this Harvard Presentation as I got the image from the CIA’s website – but that is how the internet works:
Please keep visiting and clicking on the ads – they bring in barely $30 a month but they help pay for the site so I can keep it going and providing these resources for free! Thanks!