Invited Speaker: Malcolm McInerney
Posted on June 28th, 2012 | Comments are off for this post
Malcolm has been a teacher in South Australian Education Department schools since 1976. He considers humanities education is critical in the school curriculum and has been heavily involved in the teaching and promotion of geography over the years. Malcolm has a keen interest in the use of geographical information systems (GIS) in schools and has developed a range of teaching resources for the use of ICT in geography.
Presently he is the Chair of the Australian Geography Teachers’ Association (AGTA), a member of the ACARA Australian Curriculum: Geography Advisory Group and teaches at Thebarton Senior College in Adelaide.
Malcolm describes himself as:
“a geographer interested in developing geography in schools as an exciting, engaging and technology savvy subject for all students.”
To book your place at Malcolm’s session
Geographical ICT in the Australian Curriculum: Geography follow this link
To find out more about Malcolm visit his blog spatialworlds
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