Utilising ICT to resource a Unit of Work

This assignment will be specific to Geography

For this assessment you will be working with a partner.

You have a choice of 3 options. For each option, it is important that you consider authentic and powerful teaching and learning approaches in Geography. You should steer away from ‘presenting facts’ and expecting students to feedback facts/information. It is about inspiring them to learn through inquiry.

The development of a Webquest focussing on either:

- an environmental issue of your choosing for Stage 2 students from the syllabus topic: The Earth’s Environment

- or, an issue related to migration, refugees or asylum seekers incorporating Australian and International approaches for Stage 3 students from the syllabus topic: A Diverse and Connected World.

This assignment will be specific to Geography

For this assessment you will be working with a partner.

You have a choice of 3 options. For each option, it is important that you consider authentic and powerful teaching and learning approaches in Geography. You should steer away from ‘presenting facts’ and expecting students to feedback facts/information. It is about inspiring them to learn through inquiry.

The development of a Webquest focussing on either:

- an environmental issue of your choosing for Stage 2 students from the syllabus topic: The Earth’s Environment

- or, an issue related to migration, refugees or asylum seekers incorporating Australian and International approaches for Stage 3 students from the syllabus topic: A Diverse and Connected World.

This assignment will be specific to Geography

For this assessment you will be working with a partner.

You have a choice of 3 options. For each option, it is important that you consider authentic and powerful teaching and learning approaches in Geography. You should steer away from ‘presenting facts’ and expecting students to feedback facts/information. It is about inspiring them to learn through inquiry.

The development of a Webquest focussing on either:

- an environmental issue of your choosing for Stage 2 students from the syllabus topic: The Earth’s Environment

- or, an issue related to migration, refugees or asylum seekers incorporating Australian and International approaches for Stage 3 students from the syllabus topic: A Diverse and Connected World.

This assignment will be specific to Geography

For this assessment you will be working with a partner.

You have a choice of 3 options. For each option, it is important that you consider authentic and powerful teaching and learning approaches in Geography. You should steer away from ‘presenting facts’ and expecting students to feedback facts/information. It is about inspiring them to learn through inquiry.

The development of a Webquest focussing on either:

- an environmental issue of your choosing for Stage 2 students from the syllabus topic: The Earth’s Environment

- or, an issue related to migration, refugees or asylum seekers incorporating Australian and International approaches for Stage 3 students from the syllabus topic: A Diverse and Connected World.

This assignment will be specific to Geography

For this assessment you will be working with a partner.

You have a choice of 3 options. For each option, it is important that you consider authentic and powerful teaching and learning approaches in Geography. You should steer away from ‘presenting facts’ and expecting students to feedback facts/information. It is about inspiring them to learn through inquiry.

The development of a Webquest focussing on either:

- an environmental issue of your choosing for Stage 2 students from the syllabus topic: The Earth’s Environment

- or, an issue related to migration, refugees or asylum seekers incorporating Australian and International approaches for Stage 3 students from the syllabus topic: A Diverse and Connected World.

This assignment will be specific to Geography

For this assessment you will be working with a partner.

You have a choice of 3 options. For each option, it is important that you consider authentic and powerful teaching and learning approaches in Geography. You should steer away from ‘presenting facts’ and expecting students to feedback facts/information. It is about inspiring them to learn through inquiry.

The development of a Webquest focussing on either:

- an environmental issue of your choosing for Stage 2 students from the syllabus topic: The Earth’s Environment

- or, an issue related to migration, refugees or asylum seekers incorporating Australian and International approaches for Stage 3 students from the syllabus topic: A Diverse and Connected World.