Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback so far. It is helping us shape a useful resource for Australian Geography Teachers.
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To update you on our progress we have completed updating our Year 7 Water in the World resources. This includes 50 smart lessons that cover topics such as environmental resources, Australia’s water resources, water scarcity, the value of water, water as a hazard and water and places.
This is in addition to a module coverings Geographical Concepts focusing on SPICESS, our Geographical Skills, and we have also released a current events types module. Every month we will be releasing a new lesson focused on something interesting that relates to geography! This month we released a lesson about the eruption of Kīlauea previously, the scientific breakthrough of plastic eating enzymes to combat pollution. We are now building the remaining Y7-10 subject strands, with several lessons available in each unit.
Our Geographical Skills module contains 29 lessons covering key geographical skills including:
If you or any geography teachers you know would like to trial these lessons with students, the geography content will be freely available for all of 2018. Teacher accounts are always free, to create a teacher account, we just need first name, last name and email, and for more information on how to set up class lists click here.
These resources can be found by: