Useful resources for pre-service and current geography teachers in Australia, particularly NSW. Resources aimed at understanding how and finding ways ICT can be successfully implemented in the Geography classroom. Set up specifically for students studying EDCZ25800 at Avondale College, but available for all geography educators.
Mobile devices as teaching tools are becoming a more and more common part of the American education experience in classrooms, from preschool through graduate school. A recent Pew Research Center survey found that 58% of U.S.
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The concept of utilising virtual field studies may seem inadequate to some, yet for others it may be the only suitable or viable option for their classes. Either way, there is benefit in utilising well produced 'virtual fieldstudy' information.
I never imagined a year ago, that I would end up being a geography teacher (even though it was something I always had in mind as a career), and certainly never imagined trying to teach a British GC...
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Each Geography teacher has a unique experience and journey. As beginning teachers you may not yet be aware of the struggles you will face but this article will allow you a little insight as to some challenges you may face - hopefully because you are a teacher that cares!!!
Sustainability is a core theme in Geography as well as cross curricular as well. As 'leaders' in areas of understanding surrounding sustainability we should be at the fore in our schools to help support the teaching of this concept. Here is an idea for a cross-curricular sustainability project. Think how you could amend / implement this into your own classes.
Webquests are a great way to engage your students with geographic content while embracing the benefits of ICT in your classroom. This link prodive a well developed example of a geography themed webquest. Be inspired to try creating your own.
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