Wednesday, February 11, 2015

EduTech workshop on 12 February 2015 at 34.9310° S, 138.5570° E

Image above:  The Geospatial Revolution from PENNSTATE.

* Links to look at related to this blog
Geography Teachers' Association of South Australia website
ACARA website

ACARA Australian Curriculum portal 
Australian Geography Teachers' Association website
'Towards a National Geography Curriculum' project website

Spatialworlds blog
GeogSpace website
Spatialworlds website

Image above: Cowandilla Primary School from the Nearmap site

* PowerPoint presentation for 12 February workshop

* A collection of spatial technology sites to explore

* DECD Implementation guidelines

* GeogSpace: the resource from AGTA and Education Services Australia (ESA) to support the Australian Curriculum: Geography

Spatialworlds: 300 posting on everything you wanted to know about geography but .

*The Fantastic resource with thousands of Internet sites related to geography in schools
* Geographical thinking
* Spatial literacy
* Spatial Education and technology
* Just real interesting
* GTAV Australian Curriculum on each year level

GIS Zone: A great site to start using spatial technology.

Map Zone: An excellent basic mapping site

Achievement Standards Chart and activities for Geography from DECD 
Assessment activities at:

ACARA Introduction on Australian Curriculum: Geography    

* DECD Australian Curriculum: Geography resources worth a look! 

DECD in South Australia has recently launched their "Making the Australian Curriculum work for us' resource to support the teaching and learning of the Australian Curriculum: Geography. The DECD site has a range of geographical bits and pieces referenced in this blog posting. They are certainly worth a look! 

As you can see below the resource includes a creative animation, a Bringing it to Life (BitL tool) and broadsheets on the curriculum. 

The Story of the learning areas animation. An excellent animation on 'What is Geography for'

The geography curriculum, year by year, all on one page in the Learning Area Explorer.

Bringing it to life resource (BitL) geography

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