The "Where Am I" geography portion of this article describes a great activity to help students use their geography skills each day. Students will use their knowledge of latitude and longitude and state names to determine where the clue leads them to.
Time Zones above a global/geography bulletin board in my classroom. I liked this idea and putting the clocks above a global map or globe. This will get children thinking about time zones and realizing that places around the world are not the same as us.
use for world literature Bulletin board I put up in my classroom this year for my high school world history class. It includes a map of the world and people who have made a difference in world history.
"Read Around the World" library bulletin board Create a map or a globe (similar to a pop up globe with identifiable landmarks on various continents), connect copy of book cover to location on map using a string.
(Learner centered to me) I think a learner centered class will feel safe to all students. No matter the students race, culture, background, etc. the student will feel comfortable around his/her peers and teacher.
Learning About Landforms: A complete science unit with hands-on projects, activities, and literacy centers for teaching and writing about landforms. Includes 21 reference charts, lesson plans, and bulletin board display.