21st Century Learning
Never before has the study of Geography been so exciting. New technologies, including UAVs, virtual reality and 'big data' tools, allow for more innovative ways to observe and understand our world in and outside the classroom. Combined with a growing demand for cross-disciplinary solutions to local, national and global problems, Geography is positioned as a unique and valuable area of study for 21st Century learners.
GTAQ works with educators around the state to deliver the support and resources they need to engage students, design effective field work, conduct spatial analyses and more broadly, promote geographical ways of thinking.
We look forward to working with you.
REMINDER | DRAFT SYLLABUS FEEDBACK
Don't forget that you have a chance to provide feedback on the first draft for the new senior Geography syllabus. You have until 25th May. Read this memorandum first though - https://www.qcaa.qld.edu.au/downloads/16/042-16.pdf - as the first draft is just the rationale, syllabus and unit objectives and subject matter, not assessment.