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Time Is Nothing - Around The World In 343 Days (Time Lapse)

17 Countries. 343 Days. 6237 Photographs. One incredible journey. Follow my travels at http://whereandwander.com. PART II IS NOW OUT: https://www.youtube.com...
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Part II was posted yesterday - here is Part I

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Geography Right Here. Right Now. - YouTube

Amazing facts for a Geography of the 21st Century. See www.geography.org.uk See www.pupilvision.com
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Videos to illustrate why students should study Geography

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This is a compilation of videos that can be used to at the beginning of the school year to show the importance of geography, spatial thinking and geo-literacy. VIDEO #1: This is an excellent promot...
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Time and Again - 15 Countries In 4 Minutes (2014 Time Lapse) - YouTube

15 countries, 3 years, 6286 Photographs. "Time and Again". This is part II of my journey around the world. Follow my travels on http://whereandwander.com. MO...
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If this doesn't get students interested in finding out about their world then not much will!

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Michael Palin: Geography Matters

Former Monty Python star Michael Palin sits down with Steve Paikin for a feature interview on the importance of geographic literacy and why it is necessary f...
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Robert Slone's curator insight, May 28, 2015 8:51 AM

Good to see someone in the public eye stress the importance of geography.