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The Geography Bulletin 2017

Geography Bulletin Volume 49, No. 1 — 2017Volume 49, No. 1 — 2017

  • Editorial — Lorraine Chaffer
  • GTANSW Conference information
  • GTANSW Professional Learning Survey 2017 — Sharon McLean
  • Teaching Out of Field: Teachers having to know what they do not know — Susan Caldis
  • Interconnections & Biomes: Sharks in ‘Hot Soup’ — Dr Susan Bliss
  • Chololate: Interconnections, Biomes and Economic Activity — Dr Susan Bliss
  • Benefits of GTA NSW membership
  • Advice to contributors

The Geography Bulletin 2016

Geography Bulletin Volume 48, No. 1 — 2016Volume 48, No. 1 — 2016

  • Editorial and GTANSW Annual Conference Report — Lorraine Chaffer
  • Mongolia: Grassland landscape and biome — Dr Susan Bliss
  • Groundwater resources and depletion — Lorraine Chaffer
  • Beautiful, liveable but vulnerable: Canada series Part 3: Canada’s water resources — Lorraine Chaffer
  • Hong Kong: A large city study — Timothy Kelleher
  • 2015 HSC Geography Award recipients
  • 2015 Arthur Phillip Fieldwork Award recipients
  • Benefits of GTA NSW Membership
  • Advice to contributors

Geography Bulletin Volume 48, No. 2 — 2016Volume 48, No. 2 — 2016

  • Editorial — Lorraine Chaffer
  • Unpacking the K–10 Syllabus: Geographical inquiry skills and tools — Lorraine Chaffer
  • Engaging with geographical tools and skills — Sharon McLean
  • Using technology to assist in the teaching and learning of geography — Marco Cimino
  • Resources for geography K–6 — Lorraine Chaffer
  • Biophysical interactions: Malaria — Marco Cimino
  • Benefits of GTA NSW membership
  • Advice to contributors


Geography Bulletin Volume 48, No. 3 — 2016Volume 48, No. 3 — 2016

  • Editorial — Lorraine Chaffer
  • What’s happening in our school? — Kindergarten love geography and Unit of work – People Live in Places — Rebecca Pierpoint
  • School-based Fieldwork: Differentiating geography fieldwork to address students’ needs — Louise Swanson and Darika Pose
  • Studies of Canada for Geography 7–1: Canada: Beautiful, liveable, but vulnerable — Lorraine Chaffer
  • Year 7 Fieldwork: Investigating an environment — Grace Larobina
  • Environmental Change & Management: Invasive species in Australia’s aquatic environments — Lorraine Chaffer
  • Resources for Geography K–6
  • Benefits of GTA NSW membership
  • Advice to contributors

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 48, No. 4 — 2016Volume 48, No. 4 — 2016

  • Editorial — Lorraine Chaffer
  • GTANSW Annual Report, October 2016 — Susan Caldis
  • GTANSW 2017 Councillors
  • GTANSW Councillors Honoured
  • The Geography Bulletin — Lorraine Chaffer
  • University News: A passion for Geography flourishes at the University of Wollongong — Professor Gordon Waitt
  • What’s happening in our schools?: Appreciating the visual in geography — Jaye Dunn
  • Fieldwork: Choosing a suitable fieldwork site: GeogSpace resources — Lorraine Chaffer
  • Fieldwork: Investigating the Quarantine Station as an important and connected place: Stage 1 Geography — Susan Caldis
  • China: Urbanisation — Steve Weingarth
  • China: Surfing connections — The Legend of the Magic Wind — Milton Brown
  • Resources for geography 7–12
  • Benefits of GTA NSW membership
  • Advice to contributors

 

The Geography Bulletin 2015

Geography Bulletin Volume 47, No. 1 — 2015Volume 47, No. 1 — 2015

  • Editorial
  • 2015 AGTA NZ Conference Reports
  • An excerpt from the President's opening address at the Arthur Phillip Awards
  • Reflection: HSC Geography via regional NSW and Central Australia
  • Geography comes alive through fieldwork
  • Conceptualising and measuring development
  • India: A nation in transition
  • Arthur Phillip Awards Program
  • Benefits of GTA NSW Membership
  • Advice to contributors

Geography Bulletin Volume 47, No. 2 — 2015Volume 47, No. 2 — 2015

  • Editorial
  • Integrating spatial technologies into the Geography classroom
  • Detroit – A large city of the developed world
  • New Repuublic – The Decline of Detroit in Five Maps
  • Drones: ICT in action
  • Geography in the Reality World
  • Tsunami: The Ultimate Guide
  • Benefits of GTA NSW Membership
  • Advice to Contributors

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 47, No. 3 — 2015Volume 47, No. 3 — 2015

  • Editorial
  • Annual Report 2015
  • Reflection: Institute of Australian Geographers’ Annual Conference 2015
  • Australian Geography Competition
  • India: Spatial patterns of human wellbeing
  • Biophysical Interactions – snoitcaretnI lacisyhpoiB
  • India: Impediments to development
  • Benefits of GTA NSW Membership
  • Advice to contributors

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 47, No. 4 — 2015Volume 47, No. 4 — 2015

  • Editorial
  • Update – Recent GTA NSW Events
  • Studies of Canada for Geography 7–10
  • Canada: Beautiful, liveable, but vulnerable. Part 1
  • Arthur Phillip Awards 2016
  • Teaching in Asia: Broadening the fieldwork horizon for Geography teachers
  • The Australian Geography Competition
  • The International Geography Olympiad 2015
  • Canada: Beautiful, liveable, but vulnerable. Part 2
  • Resource: Together for humanity
  • Benefits of GTA NSW Membership
  • Advice to contributors

 

The Geography Bulletin 2014

Geography Bulletin Volume 46, No. 1 — 2014Volume 46, No. 1 — 2014

  • Editorial
  • The Secondary Geography Project – Making it count!
  • Submission to the Review of the Australian Curriculum
  • PD Event – Australian Curriculum: Geography
  • Global Tourism Update
  • Las Vegas, USA
  • Global Cruise Industry
  • AGTA Conference 2015 – Update
  • Resources from the Global Education Project NSW
  • Benefits of GTA NSW Membership
  • Advice to contributors

Geography Bulletin Volume 46, No. 2 — 2014Volume 46, No. 2 — 2014

  • Editorial
  • Why students, particularly boys, could develop a deeper understanding of Geography from outside the classroom
  • New Zealand – Pure Canterbury
  • New Zealand – A millenium ago
  • New Zealand – Perceptions of liveability in the Kauri Coast and the East Coast of the Far North District
  • New Zealand – A notional transect across the Volcanic Plateau from Tukorehe Scenic Reserve to Te Urewa National Park
  • New Zealand – Addressing some inquiry questions about South Island High Country
  • Global Education Study Tour – China
  • Benefits of GTA NSW Membership
  • Advice to Contributors

Geography Bulletin Volume 46, No. 3 — 2014Volume 46, No. 3 — 2014

  • Editorial and awards
  • Conference report
  • Geography of My Stuff - Year 9
  • GeogSpace resources
  • Exploring the Geography of Food – Year 9
  • World Vision resources – Food and Human Wellbeing
  • Hazards – Year 7 & Year 8
  • Maps Explain the World
  • Cartoon Analysis – Telling a Story
  • Satellite Images in Geography
  • ABS Resources for teaching about population
  • Global Education
  • Using ICT in Geography
  • Advice to contributors

Geography Bulletin Volume 46, No. 4 — 2014Volume 46, No. 4 — 2014

  • Editorial
  • Outstanding Professional Service Award: Citation – Milton Brown
  • GTA NSW Annual Report 2014
  • Geography's Big Week Out 2014
  • Meteotsunamis from the sky
  • Education for Sustainability: A brief look at policy and practice
  • Sustainability Cross Curriculum Project
  • Green Day: Enhancing sustainability education at Merewether High School
  • Benefits of GTA NSW Membership
  • Advice to Contributors

 

The Geography Bulletin 2013

Geography Bulletin Volume 45, No. 1 — 2013Volume 45, No. 1 — 2013

  • Editorial
  • President's Report
  • Heading West for AGTA 2013
  • Culture of Place
  • Incredible Journeys across Earth – Biodiversity
  • Digital Citizenship and the Australian Curriculum
  • Active Global Citizenship … a NSW Board of Studies Stage 5 Board Endorsed Course of Study
  • Films and Photographs in Classrooms – Diamonds, an environmental resource
  • Benefits of GTA NSW Membership
  • Advice to contributors

Geography Bulletin Volume 45, No. 2 — 2013Volume 45, No. 2 — 2013

  • Editorial
  • Vale Pamela Gregg
  • ACARA Update
  • Australian Economy: Part A: Growing inequality in Australia
  • Australian Economy: Part B: Two Speed Australian Economy – Uneven impacts on wellbeing
  • Developing Humans in India – Concepts: Place, Space, Change, Scale, Environment
  • Big Week Out 2013
  • Year 8 Liveability Assessment Unit
  • Mapping Out the World
  • World's Best Surfer Loves Geography
  • Using Scoop.it – Rice Farming Enrichment Worksheet

Geography Bulletin Volume 45, No. 3 — 2013Volume 45, No. 3 — 2013

  • Editorial and awards
  • Conference report
  • Geography of My Stuff - Year 9
  • GeogSpace resources
  • Exploring the Geography of Food – Year 9
  • World Vision resources – Food and Human Wellbeing
  • Hazards – Year 7 & Year 8
  • Maps Explain the World
  • Cartoon Analysis – Telling a Story
  • Satellite Images in Geography
  • ABS Resources for teaching about population
  • Global Education
  • Using ICT in Geography
  • Advice to contributors

Geography Bulletin Volume 45, No. 4 — 2013Volume 45, No. 4 — 2013

  • Editorial
  • Correspondence
  • President's report
  • 2014 HSC Mini Conference – Hunter Valley
  • The time has come to make it happen. Implementing the Australian Curriculum: Geography and the GeogSpace resources
  • Global Education Schools Network Program
  • Geography in Primary Schools – the new Australian Curriculum
  • North Korea Study Tour 2014
  • Australian Curriculum: Year 7 – Three Gorges Dam
  • 2014 Study Tours
  • Advice to contributors

 

The Geography Bulletin 2012

Geography Bulletin Volume 44, No. 1 — 2012Volume 44, No. 1 — 2012

  • Editorial
  • Workshop Report
  • Asia Pacific Regional Geographical Olympiad
  • Geography Big Week Out 2011
  • AGTA National Conference 2013
  • National Geography World Championship
  • Space: moving beyond spatial science to engage Australian students with Asian Geography
  • Gender Equality: women’s rights
  • Place Writing: narratives, experience and identities
  • Regional Economies and the place of tourism
  • Advice to contributors

Geography Bulletin Volume 44, No. 2 — 2012Volume 44, No. 2 — 2012

  • Editorial
  • GTA NSW Annual Conference
  • Australian Curriculum
  • Australia’s engagement with Asia – Part A: Overview of the People’s Republic of China
  • ICT Update: Australian and Asian trends in internet, mobile and social media usage with student learning
  • Australia’s engagement with Asia – Part B: Rising China and flourishing China-Australia relationships
  • SurfAid – Why our work is needed in the island chains off Sumatra
  • Urban India using geographical tools
  • Asia in the news 2012
  • Asia Green City Index
  • ACARA Update – Draft F–12 Australian Curriculum: Geography
  • Advice to contributors

Geography Bulletin Volume 44, No. 3 — 2012Volume 44, No. 3 — 2012

  • Editorial
  • ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’: uncovering some questions about sustainable livelihoods in Southeast Asia
  • Geography Challenge: a Years 9 to 10 interactive program
  • Arthur Phillip Fieldwork Competition
  • Advice to contributors

 

 

 

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 44, No. 4 — 2012Volume 44, No. 4 — 2012

  • Editorial
  • PTC NSW Outstanding Professional Service Award 2012
  • Marie Bashir Peace Awardee
  • ACARA Update
  • Asia and Australia’s Engagement with Asia: Cross Curricula Priority
  • Year 10 Curriculum: Human Wellbeing, Poverty, Health, Citizenship
  • Kiama Field Trip
  • 2013 AGTA Conference
  • Geography and Geographers in the News
  • The Geographical Society of NSW – Members in Profile
  • Benefits of GTA NSW Membership
  • Advice to contributors

 

The Geography Bulletin 2011

Geography Bulletin Volume 43, No. 1 — 2011Summer: Volume 43, No. 1 — 2011

  • Editorial
  • 2010 International Geography Olympiad
  • 2010 National Geographic Channel Australian Geography Competition
  • 2010 Geography's Big Week Out
  • Professional standards for teaching school Geography
  • The challenges confronting Australia's viticulture and winemaking industries in 2010
  • India: Call centre of the world
  • The place of 'Landscape' and 'Time' in geographic thought: Implications for the syllabus
  • Diamonds: Sparkle of blood?
  • Membership information
  • Advice to contributors

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 43, No. 2 — 2011Autumn: Volume 43, No. 2 — 2011

  • Editorial
  • GTA NSW HSC students' and teachers' awards
  • Arthur Phillip awards
  • Update from ACARA
  • Birthing Kits: Mackellar Girls' High School
  • Visualising Facebook's friendships using maps
  • The internet and People Power
  • January 2011: Learning using Twitter
  • Earth Strikes Back – Natural disasters 2010 – 2011
  • Japan – Earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crises
  • Fearsome floods hit Queensland
  • UN International Year of Forests
  • Game: Christmas Tree
  • Australian Curriculum: Geography — Asia and Australia's engagement with Asia
  • Poverty on our doorstep – East Timor — World Vision youth ambassadors
  • National Close the Gap – Oxfam
  • Human rights: Resources for Teaching and Learning
  • Book and DVD reviews
  • Membership information

Geography Bulletin Volume 43, No. 3 — 2011winter Volume 43, No. 3 — 2011

  • Editorial
  • 2011 National Geographic Channel Australian Geography Competition
  • Racism in the Tertiary Education Sector: a case of Indian student attacks in Australia
  • Globalisation: coffee from bean to café
  • Defence: Australia in its regional and global links
  • AGTA news in brief
  • Geographia
  • Benefits of GTANSW membership
  • Advice to contributors

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 43, No. 4 — 2011Spring Volume 43, No. 4 — 2011

  • Editorial
  • Report on the Annual
  • Update from ACARA about the Australian Curriculum: Geography
  • Child dies every six minutes during Somalia’s famine
  • Active citizenship – Shades4Aids
  • Birthing Kit Day at North Sydney Girls’ High School
  • Recovering from a disaster – Mentawai Tsunami, October 2010
  • Bitter Sweet Chocolate: From ground to mouth
  • ICT Update: Augmented Reality
  • Now Showing – Geography at the movies
  • Tobacco: Fatal Global Epidemic
  • The Critical Decade – Climate change report
  • ABS Website Guide
  • Geography books and journals
  • New resources – Non Government organisations
  • Global Education
  • Geographical – Careers Supplement
  • Advice to contributors
  • GTA NSW membership information

 

The Geography Bulletin 2010

Geography Bulletin Volume 42, No. 1 — 2010Summer: Volume 42, No. 1 — 2010

  • Editorial Grant Kleeman
  • International Geography Olympiad
  • The Impacts of the GFC (and other 'one-off' events) on Global Tourism
  • Australia's Global Sport Links – Case Study Soccer World Cup 2010
  • Haiti – Disasters, Poverty and Citizenship
  • Program GTA Annual Conference – Sustainability: Energy, urban residential landscapes, population and migration
  • Urban Solid Waste Management in Fiji
  • ICT Update: Social Bookmarking and the use of Del.icio.us
  • Arthur Phillip Awards 2010 Information
  • Advice to contributors

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 42, No. 2 — 2010Autumn: Volume 42, No. 2 — 2010

  • Editorial
  • Report on workshops
  • Sydney's Water Future
  • Water Management at Sydney Olympic Park
  • Port Kembla Coal Terminal – Recycled Water Project
  • Using the Georges River as a Teaching Resource
  • Wow – Look at that stormwater
  • Coastal Roadshows
  • Sydney Water – major recycled water projects
  • Recycling Water in Sydney – residential projects
  • Metropolitan Water Plan
  • Get Involved – how can you make a difference?
  • Water Related Disasters and Sustainable Management
  • Digital Resources for Geography
  • Arthur Phillip Awards 2010
  • ACT Sub-brach Report
  • Advice to contributors

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 42, No. 3 — 2010Winter: Volume 42, No. 3 — 2010

  • Editorial
  • Letter to Ministers' of Education
  • The GTA's Media Release
  • Critiquing the Shape of the Australian Geography Curriculum Paper: The GTA's submission
  • Tim Costello argues the case for mandatory Geography
  • Introduction to Global Education and PTC NSW
  • Globalisation – 'Butterfly' or 'Ripple Effect' of Iceland's Volcanic Eruption
  • Research Paper – Cradle to Cradle Evolution: How can legislation assist?
  • Australian Government Assists Pakistan Floods – Global Citizenship
  • 2010 International Year of Biodiversity – The web of life
  • International Year of the Rapprochement of Cultures 2010
  • Global Ripples Project
  • Nameste! Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010
  • Global Education Project – National Meeting 2010
  • Pacific Neighbours: Understanding the Pacific Islands
  • Arthur Phillip Awards 2010
  • Advice to contributors
  • Benefits of GTA membership

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 42, No. 4 — 2010Spring: Volume 42, No. 4 — 2010

  • Editorial
  • Report on Global Education workshops
  • The Burning Season program
  • Ideas for taking action
  • Global Citizenship – Taking local action
  • The Camden Haven High School story
  • Poetry in Geography
  • Active Citizenship in the SC Test
  • Migrating to Australia via People Smugglers
  • Future Challenges – Human Rights Bingo
  • Millenium Development Goals by 2015
  • Oxfam Australia takes the lead on climate change
  • When Nature Snaps
  • Nearly Three Earths
  • Excellence in Geography
  • Oxfam Citizenship resource
  • Big Issue Citizenship resource
  • Advice to contributors
  • GTA NSW membership form 2011

 

The Geography Bulletin 2009

Geography Bulletin Volume 41, No. 1 — 2009Summer: Volume 41, No. 1 — 2009

  • Editorial
  • Doing Fieldwork with Year 7
  • Designing an Assessment Task for Fieldwork
  • Fieldwork: The Heart of Geography
  • Introduction to Fieldwork
  • Discovering My Backyard
  • Fieldwork's Links to Global Education
  • Fieldwork at EECs
  • Issue: Urban growth and decline in Wagga Wagga
  • Survivor: North Era
  • New resources for teachers: OceanWatch Kit
  • About Fieldwork – A CLI resource
  • Waterworks
  • Fieldwork locations Your Parklands, The Geography Challenge
  • Minnamurra Rainforest Centre
  • North Head Sanctuary
  • Sydney Attractions Group
  • Land's Edge for Fieldwork
  • Sydney Learning Adventures
  • Warragamba Dam
  • Lake Cowal Conservation Centre
  • Fieldwork Competition 2008 Report
  • GTA Professional Development Calendar
  • Advice to contributors

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 41, No. 2 — 2009Autumn: Volume 41, No. 2 — 2009

  • Editorial Grant Kleeman
  • Workshop Report: Engaging students in Geography — Sue Field
  • National Global Education Conference — Susan Bliss
  • Global Education in Schools – Alola Foundation — Susan Bliss
  • Stage 4 Holistic Program for Geography
  • Australia for UN HCR and GTAN SW: Active citizenship for global inequalities – Nakivale Refugee Settlement in Uganda — Sue Field
  • Creating an Assessment Task for Year 10 (East Timor) — Sue Field
  • Darfur Australia Network: Crossing the threshold — Jodi Hillbrant
  • Designs for a Child Friendly Asia-Pacific: Keynote address presented at the Child Friendly Cities Conference, Chiba University, Tokyo Japan, 23 April 2009 — Karen Malone
  • Draft Chiba Declaration for a Child Friendly Asia-Pacific 2009 — Karen Malone
  • 2009 International Year of Natural Fibres — Susan Bliss
  • What about the Pacific part of Asia-Pacific? — Rod Yule
  • Manly-Minado Project – Schools and citizenship — Jane Goddard
  • SurfAid International — Milton Brown
  • Oz Projects: online projects for teachers and their students — Cecily Wright
  • Global Education resources and website — Susan Bliss
  • Update for School Certificate: Focus Area 5A4 – Aid
  • ICT Update: Twitter for Geography Teaching — Martin Pluss
  • Geographia
  • Book review — Sue Field
  • GTA Events
  • Advice to contributors

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 41, No. 3 — 2009Winter: Volume 41, No. 3 — 2009

  • Editorial
  • Introduction
  • Workshop Report – Warragamba Dam
  • Water: availability, quality, accessibility
  • Comment on the National Geography Curriculum
  • Water: developing fieldwork skills
  • Water workshops in 2010
  • Arthur Phillip Fieldwork Awards 2009
  • Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
  • Water for Life Award 2009, Student entry 1: Water quality in Manly
  • Water for Life Award 2009, Student entry 2: Has Manly lagoon water quality improved in the past ten years?
  • Pacific Neighbours – Understanding the Pacific Islands
  • Water for Life program samples
  • GTA Events in Terms 1 and 2 2010
  • Advice to contributors

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 41, No. 4 — 2009Spring: Volume 41, No. 4 — 2009

  • Editorial — Grant Kleeman
  • Draft Professional Standards for Teaching School Geography
  • National Geographic Channel, 2009 Australian Geography Competition
  • Asia Pacific Regional Geography Olympiad
  • National Geographic World Championship
  • Putting the 'active' back into Civics and Citizenship education in NSW
  • South Korea: More questions than answers!
  • International Year of Reconciliation. Focus Area 5A4
  • Dust turns Sydney sky red
  • Stage 5: Air Quality, Land and Water Management
  • Danger surrounds Australia. Samoa and Indonesia – Are the quakes connected?
  • The global burden of HIV/AIDS
  • Geographia – December 2009
  • GTA NSW professional development and upcoming events for Terms 1 and 2 2010
  • Advice to contributors

 

The Geography Bulletin 2008

Geography Bulletin Volume 39, No. 1 — 2008Summer: Volume 40, No. 1 — 2008

  • Editorial — Grant Kleeman
  • 2007 GTA Award Winners
  • GeoResources
  • New from World Vision: 'Get Connected' '
  • Teaching Climate Change: A new resource
  • Geography's Big Week Out — Kath Berg
  • The background to the Geography of Schools in a former colonial territory — Dan O'Brien
  • The Spud is hidden treasure — Dr Susan Bliss
  • A Community of Practice in Geography: Setting the Scene — Martin Pluss
  • HSC Countdown checklist — Lorraine Chaffer
  • Geographica Excerpts

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 39, No. 2 — 2008Autumn: Volume 40, No. 2 — 2008

  • Editorial — Grant Kleeman
  • 2007 High Achievers
  • GeoResources
  • ABS Searching for 2006 Census Data — Pat Beeson
  • Australia needs a Geographic Revolution — Brad Ruting
  • The Pacific Calling
  • Pacific Calling Partnership
  • Edmond Rice Centre for Justice & Community Education
  • International Year of Sanitation — Dr Susan Bliss
  • Obesity: The Deadly Global Pandemic — Dr Susan Bliss
  • Polar lands: The Inuit Communities of Northern Canada — Holly Daly

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 39, No. 3 — 2008Winter: Volume 40, No. 3 — 2008

  • Editorial — Grant Kleeman
  • Beijing 2008
    • Going for Gold — Dr Grant Kleeman
    • The Impact of the Beijing Games — Dr Andrew Lee
    • How Green are the Beijing Games? — Bob Digby
    • Measuring the Environmental and Social Footprint of the Beijing Games — Bob Digby

 

 

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 39, No. 4 — 2008Spring: Volume 40, No. 4 — 2008

  • Editorial — Grant Kleeman
  • Authur Phillip Awards — Dr Grant Kleeman
  • Towards a National Geography Curriculum for Australia
  • GEO Resources
  • GTA Annual Report 2008 — Dr Grant Kleeman
  • International Geography Olympiad — Kath Berg
  • National Geographic Channel Australian Geography Competition — Kath Berg
  • Postcards from Tunisia — Kath Berg
  • Never Mind a Big Day Out — Kath Berg
  • Geography's Big Week Out — Kath Berg
  • The 2008 Pacific Year of the Coral Reef — Lance Laarck
  • The status of Australian coral reefs in the face of global climate change — David Hopley
  • Rome: The 'Eternal City' — Dr Judith Wilks
  • Review
    • Geography for Global Citizens: Teacher resource book

 

The Geography Bulletin 2007 

Geography Bulletin Volume 39, No. 1 — 2007Summer: Volume 39, No. 1 — 2007

  • Editorial — Grant Kleeman
  • Geo Resources
  • Are you a member?
  • The Governor Arthur Phillip Awards for fieldwork
  • Isn't it about time for the development of professional standards for the teaching of Geography? — Jeana Kriewaldt
  • Curriculum and Geographical and Environmental Education: An international perspective — Bob Digby
  • Using contemporary media in the Geography classroom — Eleanor Richards
  • Down to Earth? Google Earth! — Cleo Westhorpe
  • Feisty ants guard mangoes — Brad Collis
  • A scaffold for the Research Action Plan ¬Stage 5 Geography — Dr Judith Wilks
  • Applying Geographical tools and skills: A sample assessment task
  • Reviews
    • Australian Cities Over Time (CD-ROM)
    • Australia: Place & Space (CD-ROM)
    • GeoToolKit: Educational Version (CD-ROM)
    • Macquarie Revision Guides

Geography Bulletin Volume 39, No. 2 — 2007Autumn: Volume 39, No. 2 — 2007

  • Editorial — David Hamper
  • Geo Resources
  • AGTA Update — Nick Hutchison
  • New Web Address for GTANSW — Martin Pluss
  • Natural Ventilation in Buildings: Sustainable Design — Annette Henriksen
  • Old City of Berne, Switzerland: UNESCO World Heritage Site — Victor Bandi
  • Conque TerraWorld Heritage Site Fact Sheet — Sharon McLean
  • World Heritage Activities: Using Geographical Tools — Susan Bliss
  • ICT Update: Bloglines — Martin Pluss
  • Reviews

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 39, No. 3 — 2007Winter: Volume 39, No. 3 — 2007

  • Editorial — Grant Kleeman
  • Geo Resources
  • Teachers' perceptions of why students are not electing to study Geography in Years 11 and 12 in New South Wales —
    David Hamper & Grant Kleeman
  • National Geographic Channel Australian Geography Competition, 2007 — Kath Berg
  • Environmental Refugees: Another global warming crisis? — David Hamper
  • Water and global inequality — Rod Yule
  • Water and poverty worksheet — Rod Yule
  • Millennium development goals: A drama script — Rod Yule
  • Things That Matter: Poster-based teaching and learning strategies — Grant Kleeman
  • Audio-visual material in the classroom: A guide for Geography teachers — Tarryn Cooper
  • Global learning quests — Cathy McNicol
  • Tourism in the classroom: A practical approach — Malcolm Mclnerney
  • Reviews
    • Get Ahead in Grammar: A practical guide for students and Going Bush

 

Geography Bulletin Volume 39, No. 4 — 2007Spring: Volume 39, No. 4 — 2007

  • Editorial — Grant Kleeman
  • Geo Resources
  • National Geographic World Championship
  • Geography's Big Week Out — Kath Berg
  • Geography tor History Teachers — Nick Hutchinson
  • CASE STUDY: Ecosystem at risk ¬ Mangroves on the Mid North Coast of NSW — Dr Judith Wilks and Richard Taffs
  • Bangalore Challenges and Responses — Rod Lane
  • How to Create a Wikispace — Rod Yule
  • Melting Ice: A Hot Geography Topic — Dr Susan Bliss
  • 2007 Annual Report — Dr Susan Bliss

 

The Geography Bulletin 2006 

Summer 2006

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • Marauding demented geographers. The value of MDGs in Global Education by Rod Yule
  • MDG Progress Report: half glass full -half glass empty by Rod Yule
  • Spatial Industry+Schools = exciting spatial learning: Making links with the spatial industry by Malcolm McInerney
  • Globalisaton STage 4/5 Fashion, football and Chocolate by Susan Bliss
  • Thinking to Learn: mind tools for critical thought by Terry Fogarty
  • A risk assessment task to investigate Australia's physical environments by Judy Tyson
  • International Geography Olympiad by Kath Berg
  • Book review by David Hamper

 

Autumn 2006

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • Bllue Mountains Conference Report by Sue Field
  • GTA Blue Mountains familiarisation YHA
  • My Neighbourhood a new resorces for leaning about the built environment by Anna Petersen
  • 2006 United Nations International Year of Deserts and Desertification by Susan Bliss
  • The geographically literate person by Susan Bliss
  • ICT Update: Blogging about and about blogging by Martin Pluss

 

Winter 2006

  • Editorial by David Hamper
  • Conference Reports by Susan Bliss
  • Understanding the nature of tourism by David Hamper
  • Sustainable community development through tourism: the Conservation Corporation Africa Case Study by Robyn Bushell
  • Sustainable development aid by Clay O'Brien
  • Opportunity International at work by Kath Fear
  • Footprints in the sand of time by Susan Bliss
  • Book reviews by David Hamper

 

Spring 2006

  • Editorial — Grant Kleeman
  • Annual Report, Geography Teachers' Association of New South Wales — Susan Bliss
  • GTA Goes to Canberra — Susan Bliss
  • 2006 National Geographic Channel Competition — Kath Berg
  • International Geography Olympiad Brisbane, 2006 — Kath Berg
  • 'True Blue' Geography — Bill Pritchard & Nick Hutchinson
  • Board of Studies responds to GTA's request for a revision of the HSC Examination specifications
  • Eric Bedford obituary — Don Biddle
  • Environmental refugees: Another global warming crisis? — David Hamper
  • Climate change and winter sports: Environmental and economic trends — Rolf Burki, Hans Elsasser and Bruno Abegg
  • Australian viticulture and winemaking: An industry in crisis — Grant Kleeman
  • Water for all: A new classroom resource for Stage 4 — Rod Yule
  • Creating healthy societies through inclusion and equity: Health of Indigenous Australians — Susan Bliss
  • Reviews
  • Financial statement

 

The Geography Bulletin 2005 

Summer 2005

  • Editorial by Susan Bliss
  • One October Night in Bali by Russell Darnley
  • Austraian Aid to Bali and Counter Terrorism Agreements by Susan Bliss
  • Microcredit- small loans big dreams by Susan Bliss
  • 2005 Microcredit integrated within Geography Syllabuses by Susan Bliss
  • Bridging Australia's capital gap with Microcredit by Susan Bliss
  • Study Tours provide "Real" Global Education by Colin Sale
  • A fair go for All people- human rights, slavery, people trafficking and child soldiers by Susan Bliss
  • People trafficking: helping victims and prosecuting the perpetrators by Susan Bliss
  • Child soldiers replacing despair with hope by Susan Bliss
  • Human Rights in East Timor: waorking within the community by Susan Bliss
  • Global Citizenship Project by Sarah Menassa
  • Gorillars or Guerrillas in Rwanda by Julie Freeman
  • Sydney University students teach Global Education by Susan Bliss
  • Global Education Resources by Susan Bliss
  • Resources on Microfinance by Susan Bliss
  • United Nations Annual Days

 

Autumn 2004

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • Using cartoons to investigate geographical issues by Grant Kleeman
  • HSC student lectures: central coast report by John Lewis
  • The National Geographical Channel Australian Geography Competition by Kath Berg
  • Tourism update - global tourism: a hostage to geopolitical and economic trends by Grant Kleeman
  • Assessment and feedback in geography by David Hamper
  • Human rights includes basic needs for 'all' people by Susan Bliss
  • The changing nature, spatial pattern and the future direction of the dairy industry in the Clarence Valley of Northern NSW by Daryl G Fisher
  • An excuse to hug a tree!Green auditing with GIS by Malcolm McInerney
  • ICT:Update Blogging by Martin Pluss
  • Reviews.

 

Winter 2005

  • Editorial by Susan Bliss
  • No borders to humanity by Gerard O'Reilly
  • Making a difference for a more equal, socially just world by Susan Bliss
  • Teaching geography in mekong by Philip Hirsch
  • Global spread of infectious diseases by Trish Douglas and Lynne Griffiths
  • Global Education 2005 August report by Susan Bliss
  • Global for students in a globalised world by AiveeChew
  • Learning to think by studying global education by Susan Bliss
  • ICT Update: getting best out of Google by Martin Pluss
  • Research:Evaluation of the Global Education website by Susan Bliss
  • Making poverty history Margaret Di Nicola
  • How would you love a silent class for a day Nicki Lees and Lisa Keem
  • Music recovery projest for East Timor by Ros Dunlop
  • Global Education resources

 

Spring 2005

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • GTA Annual Report
  • GTA Announcements
  • International Geography Olympiad by Kath Berg
  • Teh Suburbs: Recreating middle classes, middle cultures, in middle spaces, in middle Australia - perspectives from Sydney by Nick Hutchison
  • 'Global' perspectives integrated in global and geographical education by Susan Bliss
  • Stories from Favela XY: the limits of (property) laws by Janice Gray
  • Graphic organisers in the geography classroom by David Hamper adn Rod Lane
  • What is happening with e-learning by Martin Pluss
  • Geoff Conolly's lesson ideas by Nick Hutchison
  • Book Review
  • Treasurer's Report

The Geography Bulletin 2004 

Summer 2004

  • Editorial by David Hamper
  • Australia in its Regional and Global Contexts: Criteria for Evaluating websites by Susan Bliss
  • Using ICT in Stage 4 Of the Geography Years 7-10 Syllabus
  • ICT update: 4G4 Global Issues and the Role of Citizenship: A model for useing the internet by Martin Pluss
  • AID, Bali and Counter-Terriorists Agreements by Susan Bliss
  • Not in My Backyard: The Struggle for Rights in our Region by Zeena Elton
  • 2003 HSC Review by David Hamper
  • Book Reviews

 

Autumn 2004

  • Special Edition Sports Geography: The Athen's Games
  • Unit A Alexandra goes to Athens
  • Unit B Tallying the Medals
  • Unit C How sustainable are the Olympics?
  • Unit D Olympics: good sports

 

Winter 2004

  • Editorial by David Hamper
  • Year 9 students perceptions of school geography - a British perspective by Melanie Norman and Lorraine Harrison
  • Australia in its global and regional links - Nike activities
  • Experiential learning in the field: measuring the economic impacts of a music festival in regional Australia by Chris Gibson, Kelley Allen, Vivian lee and Kate Mirow
  • GIS in the Third Dimension by Malcolm McInerney
  • 2004 The International Year of Rice by Claudine Menegazzo
  • ICT Update: Digital Divide and the Role of Education by Martin Pluss
  • Reviews

 

Spring 2004

  • Editorial by Granet Kleeman
  • GTANSW Annual Report 2004
  • Geography: a critical discipline in Earth Science System by Professor AJ Pitman
  • Mapping in Primary School Dr Ruth Yeynolds
  • Teaching Natural Hazards in Stage 5 Geography by Rod Lane and David Hamper
  • Global INequalities Ficus Area 4G3 by Susan Bliss
  • Using GIS in Historical Geography by Malcolm McInerney
  • Digital Divide in Australia by Martin Pluss
  • Book Reviews

The Geography Bulletin 2003 

Summer 2003

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • Annual Report 2002 by Nick Hutchinson
  • Geography student awards 2002 by Grant Kleeman
  • The 2002 School Certificate Examination in Australia by David Hamper
  • Tehran: modern mega city in the heart of Iran by Sue Bliss
  • Iranian culture:lifting the veil by Sue Bliss
  • Refugees- lessons and study exercises by Emma Power
  • Beyond the Generation Gap and learning technologies by Martin Pluss
  • Book Review: The New Wider World by David Hamper

 

Autumn 2003

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • Board responds to GTA Criticism by Nick Hutchinson
  • 2002 HSC Geography: a statistical view by Carol Taylor
  • Gtant Kleeman elected GTA President by Sue Bliss
  • Climate extremities in Australia: the role of risk management by Dingle Smith
  • Curriculum overview of hazard educaton in Australia by Jeanna Kriewaldt
  • An extreme event developing a disaster plan using GIS by Malcom McInerney
  • Hazard Geography: extreme weather phenomena by Julie Freeman
  • Hazards resource list
  • Geoquest Australia 2003 by Martin Pluss
  • Book review: Census 2001 explorer by David Hamper

 

Winter 2003

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • Australian Geography Competition 2003
  • National Geographic World Competition by Kath Berg
  • Geography's New Frontiers and Stage 6 Geography Syllabus by Dr Don Biddle
  • Global citizenship using ICT new stage 4/5 geography syllabus by Sue Bliss
  • Curriculm resources for NSW STage 6 Geography by Anne Fernandez and Renee Fulton
  • NASA's earth science enterprise educational CD Rom and activity supplement by Renee Fulton
  • The new technology diffusion GIS resource kit by Malcom McInerney
  • Promoting student achievement in the School Certificate Geography Test by Rodney Lane and David Hamper
  • Book Review 80/20development in an unequal world by David Hamper

 

Spring 2003

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • Annual Report of GTANSW by Grant Kleeman
  • Revamped Annual Conference proves popular by Mary Fogarty
  • GTA goes to regional NSW by Susan Bliss
  • Geogrpahy Award winners receive recognition by Arthur Phillip
  • Putting Global Sydney in its place by Phillip O'Neill
  • Civics and Citizenship in Stages 4 and 5 Geography: what's new by John Gore
  • A matter of definition by Nick Hutchinson
  • Terrorism and Global Citizenship by Susan Bliss
  • ICT Update: Geographical dimensions in the Digital Divide by Martin Pluss
  • Book Reviews by David Hamper and Sharon McLean

The Geography Bulletin 2002  

Summer 2002

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • Geography Bulletin Cover by Geoff Conolly
  • Susan Bliss Honoured by Grant Kleeman
  • GTA seeks Stage 6 Clarification
  • School Certificate Evaluation by Geoff Conolly and Sharon McLean
  • Geography Fieldwork Awards by Martin Pluss and How do you know if you want to be  Geographer?
  • Jobs for Geographers
  • Geography's contribution to world peace by Kofi Annan, United Nations Secretary General
  • American Geography by Darrell Fischer
  • It's Disneys world by Grant Kleeman
  • Nike - the global sport company by Susan Bliss
  • Cultural intergration -foreign consumer product in China by Rod Lane
  • Online Cultural Geography by Martin Pluss and Geography Biography by Darrell Fisher
  • Test Items for Stage 4 Geography by Geoff Conolly

 

Autumn 2002

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • GTA Annual Report 2001 by Nick Hutchinson
  • Australia Day Honour for Don Biddle
  • Geoquest Australia by Kath Berg
  • Geographical education for cultural diversity
  • Shanty towns: a sample study of guguletu, cape flats, South Africa by Kaeren Browning
  • Terrorism: a contemporary global issue by Susan Bliss
  • Getting GIS technologies in the classroom by Lex Chalmers
  • Computing Skills Assessment in Stage 4 and 5 Geography by Martin Pluss
  • Book Reviews
  • What's on TV

 

Winter 2002

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • The GTA goes to the country by Brian Parker
  • Australian Geography Competition
  • Launch of Global Education Statement by Susan Bliss
  • The Global Adjective and the Globalisation Noun by Phillip O'Neil
  • The use of GIS in Geographical Fieldwork by Malcom McInerney
  • Why Study Geography by Grant Kleeman
  • International Tourism stalls after September 11 by Grant Kleeman
  • Protecting Global Environments: the role of international law by David Hamper
  • ICT Update: learning technologies and structured internet learning (SIL) by Martin Pluss
  • From the Past by Sharon McLean
  • Growing a cotton crop online by Grant Kleeman
  • Book Reviews

 

Spring 2002

  • Editorial by Grant Kleeman
  • Tribute to Nick Hutchinson by Sue Bliss
  • Alternative conceptions in physical geography by Nick Hutchinson
  • Games, puzzles and cartoons in geography by Sue Bliss
  • The changing geography of the Rocks by David Hamper
  • GTA Council repsonse to the draft geography syllabus
  • ICT Update : online assessamne in Geography Martin Pluss
  • Book Review David Hamper

The Geography Bulletin 2001  

Summer 2001

Special Edition: Geography Civics and Citizenship

  • Guest Editorial and Letters by Kevin Dunn
  • The cultural geographies of citizenship in Australia by Kevin Dunn
  • Swamped by Asians by Nick Hutchinson
  • Using remote sensing data for humanitarian relief by Dawn Williamson
  • The Palestine schools mapping project by Bruno Parolin
  • Involving the citizen: inclusive public participation in local government by Susan Thompson
  • Civics and citizenship in geography conference Rose Mc Donald
  • Education centre: geography and the parliamentary education office by Geoff Clark
  • Book review by Geoff Conolly
  • From the past: geography's longstanding interest in civics and citizenship by Sharon McLean
  • GTA Report and Treasurer's Report

 

Autumn 2001

Special Edition: Global Education

  • Guest editorial by Susan Bliss
  • Globalisation: a world without borders by Keith Suter
  • Spatial patterns and variations and health by Susan Bliss
  • Globalisation and the environment by Peter Christof
  • Megacities in developing countries by John Paine
  • Dying of starvation in the supermarket by Cherry Ripe
  • Racism in Schools by Lilyanna Theodossia
  • Global education through fieldwork
    • Indonesia by Russell Darnley
    • Vietnam, Laos and Thailand by Monica Thom
  • Global education and the web
    • Review of Development Resources by Susan Bliss
    • World Wide Web and Development by Martin Pluss
  • Award to Geoff Conolly
  • Global education survey by Geoff Conolly
  • Geography biographies: Kristy Owen and Ted Trainer
  • GTA News: Evaluation of 2000 School Certificate and GTA meeting at Riverview
  • From the past by Sharon McLean and Book reviews by Geoff Conolly and Martin Pluss

 

Winter 2001

Special Edition: Teaching Recources Stage 4 and Stage 5

  • Guest editorial by Monica Thom and Letters
  • Tropical rainforests - classroom resources by Nick Hutchinson
  • Land mines-global citizenship by Susan Bliss
  • Visual literacy by Monica Thom
  • Assessment ideas by Monica Thom
  • What's new at Powerhouse by Helen Whitty
  • Challenge your Year 9 and 10 student with Ecologic
  • Make your graphs excel by Denise Miles, GTAV
  • Earthquakes sanity saver by Sue James
  • Fieldstudy: land's edge by Fleur Harmelin
  • Geography 2000 awards evening by Elizabeth Riley
  • NSW students star by Geoff Conolly
  • Earth alive: biodiversity month
  • Discovering democracy
  • Book reviews by Geoff Conolly
  • Environmental policy launch by Geoff Conolly

 

Spring 2001

Special Edition: Toursim

  • Editorial Grant Kleeman and Bob Fagan honoured
  • 11th September 2001: Terrorist attack claims the lives of American geography teachers and students and International geographic olympiad by Kath Berg
  • Geography students excel by Manly Daily
  • Global tourism: millennium boom by Grant Kleeman
  • Impacts of tourism by Grant Kleeman
  • Concentration and Polarisation: ownership and control within the tourism industry by David Hamper
  • Tourism and child labour in developing countries by Susan Bliss
  • Tourism in the Snowy Mountains by Helen Rhodes
  • Reflections on Venice by Sharon McLean
  • Issues in Australian Environments by Rod Lane

The Geography Bulletin 2000  

Summer 2000  

  • Editorial and Letter to the Editor
  • Sports geographies by John Bale
  • Using sport and recreation in the study of geography by Geoff Conolly
  • Planning a topic on sport geography by Andrew Patmore
  • A Geographical study of Sydney, the 2000 Oylmpic City by Colin Sale
  • Lessons from the "green" Games by Gordon Waitt
  • The green olympics by Nicole Haylem
  • Who wins? by John Stewart
  • Information Technology Column: Sydney Olympics on the Internet by Ken James and Bicentennial Park Field Study Centre by Shayne Smith
  • GTA Annual Report by Geoff Conolly

 

Autumn 2000  

  • Editorial by Geoff Conolly
  • Teaching Geography for a culture of peace by Margaret Calder
  • Global education through geography by Geoff Conolly
  • Good geography teaching - where can it lead? by Zoe Morrison
  • Information technology - Beyond Browsing by Martin Pluss
  • From the Past by Sharon McLean
  • Geography biography: Lew Hird
  • Resources update
  • GTA News
  • AGTA Conference
  • Book reviews
  • Research report Year 7 Geography by Geoff Conolly

 

Winter 2000   

  • Editorial by Geoff Conolly
  • Wetlands: a study for school geography by Martin Pluss
  • Tropical rainforests: Daintree Casestudy by Sue Bliss
  • AGTA 2002
  • Coral reefs: great barrier reef casestudy by Kerri Evans
  • Geography Biography : John Murray
  • From the past by Sharon McLean
  • Field Study Centre: Kosciuszko National Park by Pat Darlington
  • CD Reviews
  • Book Reviews
  • GTA News
  • Mapping Standards

 

Spring 2000   

  • Editorial by Geoff Conolly and Childcyber-poverty to end in 2004 by Margaret Calder
  • Instanbul: asian and european mega city by Susan Bliss
  • Urban Places: programming and teaching by Rosemary Pashley
  • Online: turned off? by Robin Hall
  • Design, population and sustainability by Anne-Marie Willis
  • Urban Places: a challenge of sustainable living by Rose McDonald  
  • Field Study Centre: Observatory Hill
  • Geography Biography: Laurel Cheetham
  • Studies in geographical information systems (GIS) by Geoff Goodwin
  • Book Review by Geoff Conolly

The Geography Bulletin 1999  

Summer 1999
  • President's Message
  • Editorial Kevin McCracken introduces this special urban issue of the Bulletin
  • Recent trends in Sydney's population by Kevin McCracken
  • Social and Cultural interactions by Jim Forrest
  • Large cities - Sydney and New York by Mike Poulsen
  • Singapore and Hong Kong as wrold cities in the Asia and Pacific Region
  • Annual Report by Geoff Conolly

 

Autumn 1999
  • President's Message
  • New World for Geography by Geoff Conolly
  • Study of Development Geography by David Hamper
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Group work by Brian Parker
  • Virtual Geography Classroom by Martin Plüss
  • Economic Restructuring and Country Towns by Peter Crabb
  • Global environments: Ganges by Beryl Newman
  • GTA Council News

 

Winter 1999
  • Presidents Message
  • Global Challenges: Population Geography Kevin McCracken
  • Cultural Geography and Cultural Integration by Colin McLeay
  • Political Geography by Keith Suter
  • Award Winning GTA Posters
  • Development Geography by Ros McDonald
  • Natural Resources by Roger Epps
  • AGTA News
  • GTA News
  • Geography Biographies
  • The Power of Books
  • Book Review
  • Field Study Centre

 

Spring 1999
  • Presidents Message
  • Teaching Biophysical Interactions in the Preliminary Course by Lew Hird
  • Assessment in the New Stage 6 Geography Syllabus by Mark Lamont
  • Assessment Workshop by Sharon McLean
  • SGP Reinvented by Geoff Conolly and SGP: a Note of Authentication by Geoff Conolly
  • GTA News
  • AGTA News by Nick Hutchinson
  • Reflections of Books by Peter Wilson and Rob Hall
  • Geography Biographies by Sarah Ewings and Chris Deer
  • A Note on Resources for Biophysical Geography
  • Field Study Centre at Narrabeen by Tom Wilson
  • Book Reviews

The Geography Bulletin 1998  

Summer 1998

  • President's Message by Geoff Conolly
  • From the Editorial Committee
  • Using the Internet in HSC Geography by Kevin McCracken
  • Information Technology: GTA NSW Home Page
  • Geography Biographies
  • Let the world know by Ann O' Donovan
  • The impacts of water management on the urban environments of Australia by Andrew Obler
  • Presidents's Report, 1997 by Jeff Harte
  • Treasurer's Report, 1997 by Robyn Green
  • It's no picnic by Jean Watson
  • Geoquiz 1997, Answer
  • International Geography Olympiad 1998 by Kath Berg
  • GTA Council News and Brock Rowe Award

 

Autumn 1998
  • Presidents Message by Geoff Conolly
  • From the Editors desk
  • Whose geographical imagination illuminates the Geography of place by Nick Hutchinson
  • Information Technology: Education Information Technology and the World Wide Web by Martin Plüss
  • All their own work by Ron InglisNetwork NEws
  • GTA Council News
  • Reviews
  • Geography Actions Week Supplement: Coast Care

 

Winter 1998
  • President's Message by Geoff Conolly
  • Reflections on the Social in Human Geography by Martin Plüss
  • Geography Biographies by Bob Soiloman, Janice Monl and Anne Chesher
  • Information Technology: Electronic Mail by Martin Plüss
  • Marking Guidelines 1997 HSC Geography Examination
  • Australian Geography Competition 1998 by Kath Berg

 

Spring 1998
  • President's Message by Geoff Conolly
  • Productive Activity: HSC Option
  • Information Technology: The Internet for Geography Teaching by Martin Plüss
  • Geography and Education Online by Martin Plüss
  • In the Journals - New Scientist and Geography Teaching by Nick Hutchinson
  • Geography Crossword by Nick Hutchinson

The Geography Bulletin 1997  

Summer 1997
  • Editorial by Jeff Harte
  • President's Report to the 61st AGM
  • Treasurer's Report
  • Obituary: George Dury
  • Development of fusheries and fish farming by K Holmefjord and P Sjholt
  • Geography and the National Curriculm: 1960-1996 (Pt. 2)
  • Draft Aquatic Ecosystem Conservation and MAnagement Principles by Hawkesbury- Nepean Catchment Management Trust  

 

Autumn 1997
  • Editorial by J.P. Harte
  • Food security in the Australian Overseas Aid Program Meeting by M. Thomas and A. Mitchell
  • The role of Geography in T.A.F.E , NSW by I. Willis
  • Whch textbook should I buy? R. Inglis
  • The Norwegian North Sea Petroleum Industry: development and trends by p. Sjoholt
  • Enhancing student performance:writing effective stimulus -based responses. G. Kleeman
  • Effective thinking through school Geography by G. Conolly

 

Winter 1997
  • Editorial by Geoff Conolly
  • Introduction to Nepal by Martin Pluss
  • Shifting the goal posts. Geography's inquiry based methodology by Grant Kleeman
  • Political change by Brian Parker
  • Standards Reference Assessment: a caution by Geoff Conolly
  • GTA Council at work

 

Spring 1997

  • Editorial by J.P. Harte
  • Examining retail change at the local scale by R. Lane
  • Fragile Ecosystem - a sample study
  • Geography in school in Japan by D. Biddle
  • Two sample 3 unit programmes
    • Biophysical Studies J. Harte
    • Development Geography N. Hutchinson
  • Demining Cambodia - the long road ahead by A McLaughlin
  • Formulation of the NSW Biodiversity Strategy by G. Conolly
  • Teacher Registration extracts from the Ministerial discussion paper, 1997

The Geography Bulletin 1996  

Summer 1996
  • Editorial by J. P. Harte
  • President's Report to the 60th A.G.M
  • Using the Internet for 7-12 Geography by M. Fogarty
  • Civics and Citizenship Education Sparks a Curriculum Debate. Should Geographers Participate? by G. Kleeman
  • From Hunting to Fishing - aquaculture for the developing world by Consultative Group on International Agricultural
    Research, World Bank

 

Autumn, 1996
  • Editorial by J. P. Harte
  • Civics and Citizenship Education - background and current situation from a geographical perspective by I. Paterson
  • The Changing Nature of the Retail Industry by R. Lane.
  • Bundarra: recent change in a small New South Wales rural community by C. Lawton
  • Oysters as Bioindicators of Heavy Metal Pollution in Port Kembla Harbour by J. Toh
  • AUSAID Development Education Series by S. Fulloon

 

Winter, 1996

  • Editorial by J. P. Harte
  • Rottnest Island - a fragile ecosystem by K. Lanceley and D. Owens
  • Cognition and Adjustment to Natural Hazards by P. Manocchio
  • Geography and Citizenship by N. Hutchinson.
  • Geography in Schools in the United States, 1960-96: implications for Geographic education in Australia by D.Biddle.
  • International Charter on Geographic Education by I.G.U. Commission on Geographical Education

 

Spring 1996
  • Editorial J. P. Harte
  • Geography in schools in England and Wales:1960-96. Implications for Geographical Education in Australia (Part 1) by D.Biddle
  • The use of the internet for Geography teachers by M. Plüss
  • A Fragile ecosystem:turtle conservation in Vanuatu by J Dent
  • Seeing the forest and the trees byA. McLaughlin
  • Geoquiz 1996