AGTA 2017 Conference presentations — Melbourne: 9-12 January 2017

Keynote presentations

Dr Rachel Carey: Challenges to food production in Australia’s city foodbowls: how urban sprawl, climate change and water scarcity could affect food security

Professor David Lambert: GeoCapabilities Overview

Professor Bruce Rasmussen: Melbourne as a global knowledge economy

Dr Michael Solem: Geography Education in the U.S.: Where is the Powerful Disciplinary Knowledge?


Dr Jack Barton: A Robust Spatial Infrastructure for Quality Decision Support

Anna Blamey: Making Geography Fun and Engaging for the Middle Years

John Butler: Geography Skills Unlocked

Susan Caldis: Am I An Asia-Capable Geography Teacher? : Embracing project-based learning and assessment for learning strategies in Geography to celebrate NAIDOC Week : Flipping and Facebooking : Biophysical Interactions

Dr Kay Carroll, Sasha Jessop and Clint Sheehan: Geographical Inquiry and Concepts in Primary Classrooms

Lorraine Chaffer: A world of choice : Kids speak out on student engagement : Inquiry learning based on stimulus : Tools continuum for planning : Integrating tools and skills to create learning activities : Biophysical Interactions - Trialling a flipped approach to teaching, learning and assessment in the Geography classroom : Flipping and Facebooking : Biophysical Interactions

Mark Cimino: Bringing Geography to Life with Technology

Stephen Cranby: Beyond Google presentation : Space Out module : Spatial Technologies Website Evaluation Checklist : Victorian Curriculum: Reference to Spatial Technologies : Website Resource Checklist : Spatial Technologies: Sample Websites : Year 10 Course - 'Spaced Out'

Dr Sarah Digan: Lost and found with GIS - presentation : Lost and found with GIS - booklet

Cath Donnelly: Making engaging connections through skills, fieldwork and practical activities

Trish Douglas and Greg Way:  Voluntourism: Help or Hindrance? : References

Shae Dunbar: Landforms and landscapes program : Assessment

Matthew Hildebrandt: Designing Sustainable Urban Spaces

Sam Hurley: Problem Based Learning for Innovation in the Geography Classroom

Gabrielle Kaoustos: The Interdisciplinary Roundabout : Changing the World : Open Mic Night : Water in our world : WW2 Impact on Australia

Jenny Knight: OneNote for Geography the feedback revolution

Mick Law: Communicating with spatial : Data visualisation in secondary Geography

David Lergessner: Interconnections in the Physical World

Alexandria Lucas: School Site Based Fieldwork Bringing Geography to Life

Susan Martin: Land cover change: stakeholder perspectives

Steven Newman: Making Geography accessible for students with different learning

Robert Ritchie: Planning Green Spaces in Cities - A highly successful fieldwork suggestion

Paul Rogers: Malaysia’s Geographic Challenge

Alvin Sim: Brain Compatible Approaches for Engaging Learners in Geography

Louise Swanson: Environmental Change and Management – Coral Reefs Part1 : Part 2

Dr Michael Solem: GeoCapabilities: Developing Teachers as Curriculum Leaders - GeoCapabilities Module1 : Workshop slides : PDK Climate Change : Template for PDK Vignettes : Workshop graphic and questions

Kelly Spence: Food and fibre education for every geography teacher

Peta Turner and Lynne Griffithsr: Melting Greenland Ice — A Changing Land Cover presentation : Melting Greenland Ice — A Changing Land Cover references : Greenland — Impacts of melting : Workshop handout

Marika Vertzonis and Dr Jeana Kriewaldt: Survey 123 for ArcGIS : Resources

Joanne Wegener: Google apps in the Geography classroom


Jane Bellamy: Kinglake bushfire : Fitzroy - going in circles

Kelly Hack: Phillip Island

Stephen Matthews: Fieldwork using spatial technologies on personal mobile devices : Preparatory notes : Spatial Technology Apps - Quick Guide for Teachers : Guide to Spatial Technology Apps for Geography Fieldwork : Fieldwork tasks : Fieldwork using spatial technologies presentation

Roger Smith, Dr Ken Marriott and Charmian Gaud: Suburbs to Sea Part 1 : Suburbs to Sea Part 2 : Suburbs to Sea Part 3

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