Geography is the study of places and relationships between people and their environments. Geographers are cross-curricular thinkers that seek to understand where things are found, why they are there and how they change over time. Geography is considered as a Science option.
In this course you will need to:
Develop these skills:
Explore this content:
Collaboration - Students will work in groups when doing field work.
Geographic Skills - including local field work and research
Communication - Share thoughts and listen to others. To continue to develop both written and verbal communication skills.
Online Digital Tools - such as Google Earth and virtual reality
Critical Thinking - To think critically about people’s differing perspectives in relation to Sustainable Environments and Geographic Issues.
Understanding Sustainable Environments - Tourism at the Poor Knights including an optional one day field trip
Field Work and Research Techniques
Current Geographic Issues - eg an Extreme Natural Event such as allowing tourism to continue at White Island.