The Austraian Curriculum - Mobile Edition
The Australian Curriculum Mobile Edition is the published Australian Curriculum for Foundation to Year 10, Senior Secondary and Student Diversity materials, for viewing on mobile devices (Very convienient!)
Ever thought about teaching difference differently? The Difference Differently website has an array of AC aligned resources ready to go!
World Vision in partnership with the Australian Geographer Teachers Association (AGTA) have produced many useful resources which are all linked to the Australian Curriculum.
GeogSpace offers quality, Australian Curriculum, primary and secondary geography resource materials for all teachers of geography.
Australian Geography Teachers Association
AGTA aims to serve geography teachers from years 1-12 and tertiary educators in all affiliate associations (like the GTASA). Information can be found about upcoming professional development opportunites and a wide range of teaching resources.
Australian Curriculum Geography
All the information regarding the new Australian Curriculum Geography can be found here. Both strands are explained along with examples of all seven key geographical concepts.
The GeoCareers website is a resource especially designed to provide students with information about careers based on the study of Geography at secondary school or a tertiary institution such as a university.
The Spatialworlds blog is a repository of teaching resources, images, commentary and website links for those interested in spatial education, spatial technology and geography in schools.
Royal Geographical Society of South Australia
The Royal Geographical Society of South Australia (RGSSA) is a voluntary, not-for-profit organisation for advancing geographical science and promoting public awareness and enjoyment of Geography and related topics. To this end, it provides an extensive library of antique, rare and current books, lectures on topical issues, awards to research and the study geographical subjects, and field activities.
Royal Geographical Society / IBG
The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) is the UK's learned society and professional body for geography, founded in 1830. We are a world leader in advancing geography and supporting its practitioners in the UK and across the world.
Geographical Association (UK)
The Geographical Association (GA) is a subject association with the core charitable object of furthering geographical knowledge and understanding through education. It is a lively community of practice with over a century of innovation behind it and an unrivalled understanding of geography teaching. The GA was formed by five geographers in 1893 to share ideas and learn from each other. Today, the GA's purpose is the same and it remains an independent association.
The National Geographic Society has been inspiring people to care about the planet since 1888. It is one of the largest nonprofit scientific and educational institutions in the world. Its interests include geography, archaeology and natural science, and the promotion of environmental and historical conservation.
The GEOGstandards site provides access to samples of classroom geography teaching. Each of these are designed to offer a basis for professional learning.
Check these website out for:
Natural Resource Management
Movement of people - Worldmapper
The Green House
Erebus International - A study into teaching Geography from years 3-10
Download the study here
Geography related links
The below links open pages which contain a range of useful Internet sites. We hope to add to these thematic links over time and would appreciate any suggestions or proposed links from visitors to this GTASA site. Click here to provide feedback
GIS Internet links
Tourism Internet links
Spatial technology links
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