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Best resources for Geog?

Discussion in 'Geography' started by loujb, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. I am setting up a Humanities dept in a new school and am a History specialist. I have been given an unlimited budget for resources for Hist and Geog. I have bought some excellent IWB resources and am wondering if there is anything I am missing for the Geog dept.?
     
  2. I am setting up a Humanities dept in a new school and am a History specialist. I have been given an unlimited budget for resources for Hist and Geog. I have bought some excellent IWB resources and am wondering if there is anything I am missing for the Geog dept.?
     
  3. missgeo

    missgeo New commenter

    I second the geog. dot series of books and resources, mini whiteboards, class set laptops and a laptop cupboard (invaluable with controlled assessment), if possible some way to display info from laptops on IWB, visualizer, class set of cameras that also record video, play dough, clipboards (or weather-proof tablets if you've got the money), data loggers, AEGIS software or similar, field equipment (look at GCSE spec), plenary cubes, afl traffic light cards, atlases (1 between 2), big A0 laminated posters of UK, Europe and the World, OS maps of the local area (OS did offer these for free, don't know if they still are), digi map subscription, GA subscription and save enough money for trips - one per year group.

    Sounds like a great opportunity!
     

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