Educational Features

What do you get with Geo History Map?

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Active Learning with GHM

Geo History Map (GHM) is an innovative tool that changes the way students learn about history. GHM links historical events to their geographical contexts in an interactive mapping environment so that students can experience history an exciting and captivating way. 

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100’s of Lessons, Activities, Quizzes, and Maps that you can use or Modify for your Students;

Lessons and activities that comply with the curriculum outcome

Auto-corrected quizzes that you can analyze and compare the result

Thematic maps and events that contains 1000’s of primary and secondary sources

Sample of the lists of maps, lessons and activities available


Curriculum Map for Different Regions

GHM has curriculum maps available for different regions in English and French. These curriculum maps are constantly updated. In addition, GHM is adding more and more lessons and activities on a weekly basis.

Download the Curriculum Maps By Province



British Columbia

Nova Scotia

Other Provincial and American Curriculum Maps coming soon

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Cloud Sync

GHM is fully cloud-based and optimized to be used in a classroom environment or slow Internet connection.

GHM maps can be used on any computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone that uses a browser and can connect to the Internet.

You are not required to download any data on your device. It is accessible from anywhere as long as you have Internet access and a device that works with a browser;

Recommended browsers to use:

- Google Chrome

- Safari

- Mozilla Firefox

- Microsoft Edge

Create lessons or activities for your students

How to create lessons

How to use a lesson

Lessons can be used to help students better contextualize and understand how historical events relate to one another;

This allows a student to answer questions with a larger scope;

How to create activities

How to use an activity

An activity is a partial map that a student can complete, to better understand the context of an historical period;

The quizzes attached to the activity will reinforce their comprehension and their capability to answer larger questions;

Create events and maps

Creating events and maps will complete the students learning process and help to better comprehend: time, space and context of the historical events; 

How to create events

How to create maps

Built for the Digital Classroom

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Share quizzes, lessons, and maps with students in a safe and private classroom environment.

Have students show what they know by creating their own events and maps. This will provide a rich feedback for the students work, and use lessons and quizzes to help them increase their knowledge and understanding.

See how other teachers use GHM. Or share your GHM experience by uploading a short video.