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ICT in secondary geography: a pupil's entitlement
Ways in which ICT can enhance the teaching and learning of geography in the secondary classroom ...

ICT in primary geography: a pupil's entitlement
Ways in which ICT resources may be used effectively to support children's learning within primary geography ...

What is a geography blog?
An introduction to geography blogs or 'geo blogs' and how to make one ...

Using a webquest in geography
Using webquests is an excellent way to make pupils responsible for their own learning ...

How to use presentation software and internet-based resources in geography
Use presentation software and internet-based resources to improve student motivation ...

inspire me: Using picture games for starter and plenary sessions in geography
Five easy ways to use image-based games to make learning geography fun ...

inspire me: River features and processes
Using ICT tools to support river fieldwork ...

inspire me: A European collaboration
How a school in Sheffield developed an effective link with a Finnish school using email and video conferencing ...

inspire me: How much will it cost to get to Mirpur?
Using ICT to locate Mirpur, Pakistan, and research the cost of a plane journey ...

inspire me: Life on St Lucia
Using ICT to research and present a research project on a contrasting locality ...

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