The East Auckland Cluster meeting will be held at Pakuranga College on Wednesday 10 April. It will be in the same location as last time R6L – we will aim to start at 4:15pm. Please bring resources or links that you are willing to share. We can use this time to share, ask questions and sort out issues.
The South Auckland Cluster meeting will be held at Manurewa High School on Wednesday 17 April – we will aim to start at 4:15pm. Please bring resources or links that you are willing to share. We can use this time to share, ask questions and sort out issues.
Looking forward to seeing you at one of these.
The first scholarship workshop will be held on Wednesday 12 June – more information in this will be provided to member schools soon.
Once subscriptions have been received (and the survey completed) you will receive notification from the AGTA website that you can now access all parts of the website and you will be able to contribute to all the geography discussions.
You will be given a password that has been randomly generated, use this to login the first time then we suggest that you change your password. We will NOT know what the randomly generated password is – good idea to choose something everyone in your department can access. The user name will be the name you have given in the survey.
So get those subscriptions in. 🙂
Mary and the committee…..
We hope that this new website will be a very useful site for you to use – with plenty of new ideas, activities, resources and links to all sorts of things geographical.
Mary Robinson (AGTA Chairperson)
Maybe something interesting to show your students – and get them thinking.
Tuesday, 5 March 2013 is census day.
Professor John Morgan (School of Curriculum & Pedagogy, University of Auckland)
John Morgan will speak to us immediately after the AGM.
Prior to taking up his position at The University of Auckland, John held Readerships in Education at both the University of Bristol and the Institute of Education, University of London, where he taught on a range of courses, including teacher education, masters in geographical education, and ICT and Society. From 2005-2008 he was seconded to Futurelab to lead Enquiring Minds, a research and development project funded by Microsoft’s Partners in Learning programme.
John started his career as a geography teacher in schools in London (UK), completing his doctorate on geographical education before taking up a position at the University of Bristol in 2000.