The map below shows all the places where visitors to our website have come from.
We have had 3738 individuals (no repeat visitors) which is awesome. I wonder whether we could use this in our teaching – discussing the ideas of lack of technology; lack of interest and so on.
The average visitor stays 4 minutes and members of AGTA stay longer.
Maybe these video clips might be something interesting to watch when looking at different ways of measuring development: It’s not all about the money.
For those of you who are doing scholarship geography this year – Anna Wilson at Wellington East Girl’s has set up a google doc for teachers to upload and use resources connected to this years theme around urbanization. Do take advantage of this as it is a great way for the geography community to come together and share rather than us all reinventing the wheel!
Thanks Anna for doing this for us all.
your school or yourself here for information in 2014 and access to the website. Access to the website will be closed to non-financial members from the last day of term 1.
New members will get access to the website as payment is confirmed.
2014 MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTION AGTA – Word document for your accounts department.
Email us for further information or to send through ideas, resources, activities and information. firstname.lastname@example.org
Maybe good to show your classes – All qualifications
Migration worksheets for IB Geography
Information on forced migration including Refugees; people moved on as a result of the Three Gorges Dam and a presentation task.
We are currently trying to decide what issue to look at with our students. If you could suggest something fun and exciting that would be awesome as we have not used this standard for a while.