7 April 2023
Planning is well underway for what is certain to be an outstanding professional learning event all geography teachers will not want to miss. Save the date now!
11 February 2023
Entries now closed for 2023. In 2023, the Competition will be held online within schools, from Wednesday 10 May to Wednesday 24 May. The Competition consists of mainly multiple-choice questions testing geographical knowledge and skills. All participants receive results and
31 January 2023
The December 2022 issue of AGTA’s Geographia is now available. Contents include:
26 January 2023
Emeritus Professor Richard Howitt, will become a member of the Order of Australia for services to education and Indigenous affairs. Richie has been a major force in Australian Geography. After a career as a Primary teacher, Richie had a distinguished
11 October 2022
The National Summit on Teaching Out-of-field (TOOF) was attended by academics, school leaders, classroom teachers across various career stages, representatives from curriculum authorities, and representatives from professional associations. The Australian Geography Teachers Association (AGTA) was represented by Trish Douglas (Immediate
11 September 2022
You are invited to do a free 1-hour ‘PD bite’ on: Primary Geography in Australia – Directions and Discussions The Australian Geography Teachers Association (AGTA) is proud to announce a new, nationally focused professional learning initiative in an e-learning short course format. The
11 August 2022
Join Australian Geography Teachers Association President Susan Caldis and Vice President Simon Miller, Wiley’s Shirly Griffith, Senior Director and Head of School Publishing, the Institute of Australian Geographer’s President Jen Carter, and others in this latest webinar in our series.
20 June 2022
The event will launch the comic, ‘Everyday Stories of Climate Change’, which threads together research about low-income families’ experience and adaptation to climate change across five countries. Readers will start in Australia and then head to Bangladesh where sea-level rise impacts women’s domestic duties.