Lecture Title: “The significance of geographic location in a global context”.
Lecturer: Mel Wall
Venue: Engineering Building 1439/401-439, 20 Symonds St (see attached campus map)
Date & Time: Wednesday 12th June, 4.30-6.30
If you are planning to attend, can you please take a moment to register using the link here to tell us how many students you plan to bring.
We will be recording this lecture for all those unable to attend and will post this to our website following the event.
We have an excellent opportunity on June 14th. John Bailey who is head of Google Earth Education will be in New Zealand for 4 days and is running a workshop for Geo/Social Studies teachers looking at some awesome new features in Google Earth. The day will consist of workshops/ Keynote presentations and a focus on collaborative resource creation.
Info can be found on the flyer attached but the numbers for this will be kept to 25 people only to ensure we can run a hands-on and supported workshop style day. The Workshop will be at Takapuna Grammar with a networking/Social event after (with giveaways). please pass on the info to any interested colleagues
We will be working with Google Earth, Earth Studio (check it out if you haven’t seen this product https://earth.google.com/studio/ ), Timelapse and Tour Builder/Creator.
This is a great opportunity to work with John Bailey in person.
Sign-ups are via the link on the flyer found here – Google Geo Tools JB 2019 flyer
Steve Smith (email@example.com)
Dr. Cadey Korson, a lecturer in Human Geography at Massey University, is hosting a Geography and Planning Day for Year 12 and 13 students at the Albany campus on Wednesday 22 May from 9:30am – 2:00pm. More information about the event can be found on the registration form, linked here: https://masseyuni.wufoo.com/forms/year-12-13-geography-and-planning-day-2019/ There will be a FREE lunch for teachers. Please do not hesitate to let me know if you have any questions. Registration for the event will close on Monday April 22nd.
Nathan Heazlewood from the Auckland City Council has put together a really exciting programme for our Year 13 students on March 20th. the speaker list has expanded since my last email to you and includes not only:
Dr. Joseph Kerski who will be talking about the importance of geography
US Consul General Katelyn Choe who will give a talk about the importance of understanding geography for work in international diplomacy.
Sarah Allerton- GIS Consultant at Eagle Technology. Sarah will talk about using GIS in New Zealand’s key primary industries, particularly forestry.
Georgia Edwards – Biology Information Graduate at Auckland Council.
Prajakta Niphadkar – Hydraulic Modeller at Aurecon
Alastair Grimson – Geospatial Specialist at Auckland Council
Nadine Tupp-Budding socio-ecologist at AUT
Sally Be – Senior GIS Analyst in Healthy Waters, Auckland Council
Joseph and these other speakers will talk with students on
Wednesday 20th March from 1pm to 3.30pm at Auckland City Council HQ
– floor 28 – the views are simply spectacular!
Are you interested in attending? Are your students interested in attending?
We can accommodate up to 50 students for this exciting event.
Click here to register