2017 GTASA Conference

Register for the 2017 GTASA Annual Conference today via Eventbrite

Further information about session 1 workshops can be downloaded here

Further information about the fieldtrips can be downloaded here

Further information about session 2 workshops can be downloaded here

Further information about session 3 workshops can be downloaded here

Keynote speakers

Associate-Professor Alan Gamlen, Director, Hugo Centre for Population and Migration Research (University of Adelaide) on "The End of Globalisation?" download the full abstract here

and

Dr  Melissa Nursey-Bray, Associate Professor and Head of Department in Geography, Environment and Population (University of Adelaide) on "Geography in Action: Why it matters".  download the full abstract here

 

Great reasons to attend the GTASA Conference:

- BRAND NEW "Geography Skills Unlocked" hard copy textbook FREE with each registration

- workshops aligned to Australian Curriculum achievement standards, general capabilities and cross-curriculum priorities

- tried and tested teaching ideas for primary, middle and senior teachers

- ideas for field work that incorporate data collection and authentic learning

- workshops and field work catering to a range of experience, from pre-service to seasoned professionals

- networking opportunities, including mentorship

- learn new ICT and geographical skills

- receive copies of resources ready for classroom implementation

- receive a certificate for up to 13 hours of professional development, based on APST standards:

2.1 Content and teaching strategies of the teaching area

2.2 Content selection and organisation

6.2 Engage in professional learning and improve practice

7.4 Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities

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