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What can you do with geography?

We all know that geography is important; but what can you do with it?
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OMG… it's Teachmeet Clevedon 5 “Learning Rocks” » DigGeog

OMG… it's Teachmeet Clevedon 5 “Learning Rocks” » DigGeog | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
ICT in the geography classroom // let's have a #geographyriot .... Last year my Year 7′s and I introduced “Year 7 Takeover” where I handed a lesson a fortnight over to them for teaching their own lessons.
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Fresh water for all | Visual.ly

Fresh water for all | Visual.ly | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
“ Freshwater is one of today’s most pressing developmental challenges, impacting food & agriculture, gender equality, health & sanitation, population”
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GTAV AC:G Y10 - Geographies of human wellbeing

GTAV AC:G Y10 - Geographies of human wellbeing | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
“ Exploring the measures and differences of wellbeing for populations within a country and between countries.”
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GTAV AC:G Y9 - Exploring interconnections

GTAV AC:G Y9 - Exploring interconnections | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
“ Exploring the patterns in people's connections to the rest of the world through purchasing power, use of ICT and interest in world events.”
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Mapping out the world

Mapping out the world | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
The geography curriculum looks to engage students with powerful forces in our world.
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Year 10 AC Geographies of Human Wellbeing | Global Education

Year 10 AC Geographies of Human Wellbeing | Global Education | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
Geographies of Human Wellbeing explores the nature of wellbeing using indicators and online data analysed using a variety of ICT and mapping techniques. It is aligned to the Australian Curriculum: Geography – Year 10, Unit 2: Geographies of human wellbeing.
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GTAV AC:G Y8 - Changing nations

GTAV AC:G Y8 - Changing nations | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
Examines the process of urbanisation and how it changes the economies and societies of low and middle-income countries. Internal and international migration are also examined. Case studies: Australia, China, USA, one other Asian country.
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ePals Global Community

ePals Global Community | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
“ ePals is the social network optimized for K-12 learning. Over half a million classrooms in 200 countries and territories have joined the ePals Global Community to connect, collaborate and exchange ideas.”
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Water in the world - Year 7 AC

Water in the world - Year 7 AC | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
“ This unit investigates how water moves through the environment, and is valued, used and managed in Australia, North Africa or West Asia.”
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Where we get our fresh water

Where we get our fresh water | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
Fresh water accounts for only 2.5% of Earth's water, yet it is vital for human civilization. What are our sources of fresh water? In the first of a two part series on fresh water, Christiana Z. CD2
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GTAV AC:G Y10 - Environmental change and management

GTAV AC:G Y10 - Environmental change and management | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
“ Investigate type and extent of change and the management strategies used in response to the effects of the changes for chosen environments.”
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The geography of my stuff

The geography of my stuff | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
This unit of work focuses upon the interconnections and inter-relationships that link teenage consumers living in the UK with societies and environments overseas (where the goods they purchase are made). As well as explaining how these connections work - and why they have come into being - the unit introduces students for the first time to some of the moral, ethical and environmental issues that are associated with the global trade in consumer goods (including child labour and food miles).
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Skills in History and Geography (ACARA, IB DP and our Dept) | ThinkEdu Blog

Skills in History and Geography (ACARA, IB DP and our Dept) | ThinkEdu Blog | New Curriculum | Scoop.it

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Year 9: Shanghai – a city on the move | Asia Education Foundation

Year 9: Shanghai – a city on the move | Asia Education Foundation | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
“ This module looks at the development of Shanghai as one of China's largest economic hubs. Students will gain insight into the factors that aid and hinder economic development using Shanghai as a context.”
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Year 7–8 Geography: Damming the Yangtze at Three Gorges | Asia Education Foundation

Year 7–8 Geography: Damming the Yangtze at Three Gorges | Asia Education Foundation | New Curriculum | Scoop.it
This module looks at the controversy surrounding the Three Gorges Dam and the impact it has had on the Chinese people and environment. Students investigate the use of infographics, maps and websites to convey information and opinion and design their own infographic to communicate their understanding of the human and environmental impacts of the Three Gorges Dam.Key focus questions: What impact has the Three Gorges Dam had on the people and the environment? What are the most significant human and environmental impacts of the Three Gorges Dam? How can information be visually presented to effectively communicated?
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