Meet Google Drive – One place for all your files One account. All of Google. Sign in to continue to Google Drive Find my account Forgot password? Sign in with a different account Create account One Google Account for everything Google Greenfieldgeography - Homepage GeoResources - Geography website and revision guide - index page Fieldwork Fieldwork is an essential component of geography education. It enables pupils to better understand the ‘messiness’ of ‘geographical reality’, develop subject knowledge, and gain a range of skills that are difficult to develop in the classroom alone. However, the value is not simply the ‘geographical’ value of experiencing such things as landscape features, busy urban streets and unfamiliar cultures which helps ground the pupils’ local environment in the context of the global. It also aids motivation and self-development. This resource aims to help teachers to introduce and develop fieldwork with students in both primary and second schools. In each section we have listed useful resources along with introductory text to help you find the most useful materials for your needs. ‘The environment is at the heart of everything we do and we believe being outside in different habitats offers exciting challenges that students may not otherwise get the opportunity to experience.
GCSE Bitesize - Geography GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION – Supporting geography educators everywhere with current digital resources. Travel Weather Averages (Weatherbase) Geography At The Movies » Welcome! Teaching_strategies Natural Hazards• ELI Natural Hazards category Plate tectonicsPlate tectonics - whole concept:-• Partial melting - simple process, huge global impact (ELI+)• Partial melting model and real rock (ELI+)• Plate riding (ELI+)• Plate tectonics through the window (ELI+)• Plate margins and movement by hand Evidence and explanation for the theory:-• Continental jigsaw puzzle (ELI+)• Earth time jigsaw puzzle• Geobattleships (ELI+)• Wegener’s ‘Continental drift’ meets Wilson’s ‘Plate tectonics’ (ELI+)• Did the continents move for you? (ELI+) Mechanism:-• Bouncing, bending, breaking• Mantle plume in a beaker (ELI+)• What drives the plates? Constructive or divergent plate margins:-• Mantle plume in a beaker (ELI+)• Magnetic stripes (ELI+)• Model a spreading ocean offset by transform faults (ELI+)• Continental split - the opening of the Atlantic Ocean Resources• Fracking: Recipe for the perfect fracking fluid• Make your own oil and gas reservoir• Trapped! Volcanoes• Blow up your own volcano!
Home | AAG Cities and Buildings Database Home »Cities and Buildings Database The Cities and Buildings Database is a collection of digitized images of buildings and cities drawn from across time and throughout the world, available to students, researchers and educators on the web. Begun in 1995, the collection was conceived as a multi-disciplinary resource for students, faculty, and others in the academic community. In 1999, with the help of the Digital Libraries Initiative Program and the Center for Information System Optimization, we adopted a new search engine. You are free to link to these pages, but we request that when you do you provide us with your URL; this will help us to track usage, and also justify our efforts to expand the resource. All files on this site are copyright controlled as indicated. For more information contact: Meredith L. Contributor Guide The Cities/Buildings Database is always on the lookout for new sources of images. When contributing please be aware that turn around time can be slow. Acknowledgements
The Standards Site: Welcome to Schemes of Work This site is home to the QCA/DCSF schemes of work. To find a scheme, go to the drop-down menu or use the subject list in the left-hand menu. There are also links to the literacy and mathematics frameworks. Customise your curriculum QCA has been working with schools to explore ways of adapting and developing the schemes. Materials have been produced that explain why and how schemes could be customised to better meet childrens' needs and the context of the school. embedding English and mathematics across the curriculum adapting schemes of work combining units from different subject schemes These materials support the DfES publication, Excellence and Enjoyment: A strategy for primary schools. This information, including the examples can be found on 'Customise your curriculum' on the QCA website in the Ages 3-14 area.