But until then, I must, in the boys' words "IAO" (Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome) the old fashioned way.
So I've printed off a half a dozen maps, both labeled and not, and am slowly, painfully, learning how to locate Slovakia and Croatia and Morocco. Sort of. I get the first two confused pretty regularly.
I've been using this site http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/European_Geography.htm with some success. Today when the professor pointed at countries in Western Europe I was immediately oriented as to where they were and who their neighbors were. The evil woman also wants us to learn where most of the rivers are as well. Fortunately this site has a section for that too.
She is a good teacher, doing her best to bring the subject to life. It is not her fault that I suffer from map blindness or European-dislocatus. Or middle-age-mental-absentius.