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GA Cambridge Branch - January 2019

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  1. 1. INVESTING IN TECHNOLOGY
 INTENT
 IMPLEMENTATION
 IMPACT https://www.esriuk.com/en-gb/maps-we- love/gallery/coastal-view-uk
  2. 2. ALAN PARKINSON GEOGRAPHER KING’S ELY JUNIOR Image:RichardAllaway,CClicensed
  3. 3. Geography at King’s Ely is all about exploration. We move from the local to the global, from the UK via Europe to the wider world, and from familiar to unfamiliar ideas. Geography is an academically robust subject, combining creative elements of the arts with the enquiry approach of the sciences, with people at its centre. The department uses an enquiry approach based on the content of the national curriculum. This enquiry approach is central to what we do: asking those big questions and investigating, analysing, presenting and reviewing important issues in the world.
  4. 4. CULTURAL GEOGRAPHER
  5. 5. PERSONAL ADOPTION OF TECHNOLOGY 1980 – First computer: ZX80 1982: Apple II programming 1986 – PGCE – BBC Micro Computers Amstrad PCW8256 – wore it out… Computer Science: 2nd subject PGCE Taught ‘A’ level 7 GCSE Computer Science for five years An early adopter of technologies…
  6. 6. “YOU ALREADY KNOW HOW IT WORKS…” “THE TEACHER’S TRADITIONALALLY ISA PIECE OF CHALK,AND THE CLOSERANY MODERNAID APPROACHES THIS STILL INDISPENSABLE MATERIALIN SOME RESPECTS THE MORE LIKELY HE IS TO USE IT” (PAGE & KITCHING, 1981)
  7. 7. Image:TomMorganJones:GeographyCollective:Mission:ExploreWater
  8. 8. “A curriculum, to be truly educational, will lead the students to unanticipated, rather than predicted, outcomes” John McKernan US Educator 1984 PGCE Assignment
  9. 9. ADD IN SAMR AND CRITIQUE
  10. 10. SAMR
 RUBEN PUENTEDURA
  11. 11. “The urge to map is a basic, enduring human instinct.” Jerry Brotton, professor of renaissance studies at the University of London
  12. 12. “When we travel, we travel through an infinity of simultaneous stories…. and maps are a surface over which these stories are played out…”
 Doreen Massey
  13. 13. Image shared under CC license by Ben Hennig of Worldmapper.org and used with permission “a different view”
  14. 14. NLS Map release
  15. 15. ArcGIS Online ESRI StoryMaps •Free to all UK schools • https://kingselygeog.maps.arcgis.com/home/index.html • https://schools.esriuk.com/teaching-resources/ - hundreds of free resources LINK TO CURRICULUM so it is embedded rather than having specific GIS lessons, they are geography lessons taught with GIS. • London Boroughs: https://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/ viewer.html? webmap=fa57642cb9ce466bbd2310ad0b5eefe7&extent=-0.5407, 51.3028,0.4735,51.676 WANT A DEMO LATER? ASK ME
  16. 16. WATERSHED PLOTTING
  17. 17. YORK FLOODING https://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html? webmap=c7e498edc59a40d5a1a796cbbf6a7beb&extent=-1.6277,53.7615,-0.6135,54.1143
  18. 18. DIGIMAP FOR SCHOOLS
 DIGIMAP FOR COLLEGES PLUS DIGISCIENCE.
  19. 19. GOOGLE EARTH VOYAGER “A SHOWCASE OF INTERACTIVE GUIDED TOURS”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 HTTPS://DOCS.GOOGLE.COM/SPREADSHEETS/D/1_GWSRHLGP0KJJK88RQSXWG_RFEOB3KJHTEDUG9LRJBQ/ EDIT#GID=1868246136
  20. 20. VOYAGER STORIES
  21. 21. DATASHINE – CASA – OLIVER O’BRIEN Census data visualisation http://datashine.org.uk
  22. 22. OS MAPS APP https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/route/513705/Trail-Magazine-The-Black-Cuillin 3D Flythroughs Route planning Augmented Reality See what is around you… Adding extra dimension to the map Identifying features on the map e.g. glacial diffluence
  23. 23. TABLETOP AR – 3D ROUTES
  24. 24. CLEVER BOOKS AR As with any other technology-enabled learning initiative, the role of educator is paramount - how the educator embeds the technology within the curriculum and designs activities around it, and, most importantly, how the educator is able to justify/explain to the student, peers and managers about the role that VR will play in student learning, engagement and attainment Professor Shailey Minocha From engagement to investment http://www.shaileyminocha.info/blog/2017/10/1/virtual-reality-in-education
  25. 25. CDRC Maps https://maps.cdrc.ac.uk GeoDemographics Themes Metrics
  26. 26. Cromer Fieldtrip House Ages
  27. 27. Parallel https://parallel.co.uk
  28. 28. School Travel Time Catchments
  29. 29. Population Pyramids https://parallel.co.uk
  30. 30. “polychromatic rendering” https://parallel.co.uk/os-openmap-cyo/ #13.34/53.42707/-1.35945
  31. 31. VR ‘VIRTUAL REALITY’ https://edition.cnn.com/2017/09/18/health/virtual-reality-schools/index.html Google Expeditions https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?&q=%23GoogleExpeditions Lesson Plans – aimed at the headset being something else… A Scuba diver’s mask… A camera…
  32. 32. OPEN UNIVERSITY
 PROFESSOR SHAILEY MINOCHA A geography curriculum leader mentioned about how the resources in the Google Expeditions could fill gaps in knowledge.  “The thing that is springing to mind at the moment is subject knowledge because a lot of trainees are coming… We've talked about having lots of disparate traditions of teaching geography and so geography degrees are very different depending on where you study. Some people are coming into the profession with very strong physical geography subject knowledge, for example, but quite weak human geography and that sort of thing.”
  33. 33. OPEN UNIVERSITY
 The virtual field trips can help educators to prepare them for physical field trips such as risk assessment, preparing enquiries before the physical field trip and even planning and hazard analysis about how to manage a group of students.  “ [some teachers] don’t feel confident they understand what they want the children to achieve as a consequence of doing fieldwork outside. So that would be an area I think where teachers could see a direct need for CPD and I think that GE[s] [Google Expeditions] could help with that.” Used since 2001 when there was the Foot and Mouth Outbreak
  34. 34. GOOGLE EXPEDITIONS APP SMARTPHONE
 INCLUDES A CAMERA TO PRODUCE 360 DEGREE PHOTOS
 & ACCESS EXPEDITIONS
  35. 35. THE GEOGRAPHICAL TEACHER 
 DOUGLAS FRESHFIELD Volume 1 Issue 1 Page 1 (1901) ‘In Britain, teachers are for the most part too scattered and too busy to come together frequently for discussion. They require a medium through which they may readily communicate with one another, exchange experiences and learn the progress that is being made in method or in appliances in our own country and abroad’
  36. 36. Collaborative Google Document
 Ideas for using resources… http://bit.ly/11L6MyS
  37. 37. Factfulness
 Dollar Street / Gapminder
  38. 38. http://www.digitaltechnologies.education/?p=1661 https://ia.geographyalltheway.com/sites
  39. 39. “ALEXA…” Used by Learning Support / ESOL departments Can provide brief summaries Also does calculations A table-top helper…
  40. 40. NARRATIVES
 STORIES OF OUR STUFF…
 GRAPHIC NOVELS
 ICE FLOWS GAME
 
 LIVINGGEOGRAPHY BLOG
  41. 41. DR. WHO
  42. 42. WITHOUT DEVIATION FROM THE NORM, PROGRESS IS NOT POSSIBLE
 
 FRANK ZAPPA

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