Are you ready for another journey through the Google Geo Tools and a dive into some new developments that are out there on the Range of Geo tools that are available to us?
This is great for Geo/Social Studies teachers or any classroom teachers who just want to learn more about the tools tagged with ‘geo’ that they can use in their classrooms
This will be at the end of week 3 of Term 4 (Saturday 3rd November) with Steve Smith when we should have a little more time to think and play.
Check out my geo tools site at : bit.ly/geosteve
The day long course will cover ;
- Earth updates
- Tour builder/creator
There will be an emphasis on teach, learn, play on the day.
To secure your place please register your interest by 3rd October at; REGISTER HERE
The cost of the day will be $15 (includes morning tea). The course will be held at Takapuna Grammar in Auckland.
At the start of the examination it says ” In the box below, name a population case study (studies) that you will use to answer ALL the questions”
A discussion colleagues and I are having does it mean:
You select and only use one example throughout the paper?
If you have studied more than one example e.g. NZ and India, could you use NZ as your example in two of the 3 questions, and in the third India?
Can you use both examples to assist in any of your answers?
Currently, we play safe and say only use one throughout.
Does anyone know which of the 3 complies with the needs set?
Michael Palin talks about how Geography broadens the mind – He says studying geography is key to understanding the world and “helping us to realise that we all share the same planet”
Palin said geography was a vital subject in the modern world, broadening minds and encouraging an understanding of different countries and cultures.
And MAGS Team B came second.
Well done to all our winners!
Thank you to everyone for all your efforts and we hope the students had lots of fun.
Thanks also to the committee who worked on the questions and helped with jobs on the night – it is so appreciated by us all.