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Josh Smith Jun 13
gcse edexcel a geography without context
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Geog 14h
Teaching to Yr 11 Geography class Perth, Western Australia. Can you say hello to them and say where you are in the world? Pls RT Thanks.
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Ronnie James Jun 13
Me turning the last page and seeing a 6 marker and a 9 marker with 4 minutes to go
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MapScaping 7m
The Atlantic Ocean Floor, National Geographic, 1968. By Bruce Heezen and Marie Tharp.
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Sunnyside Academy 3h
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Jessica Causer 2h
A great read if you are interested in where our plastic really goes when we dump it in our recycling bins!
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Oscar Jones Jun 13
I feel like Greenpeace now hates me for saying those roads were a good idea.
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Queensmead Geography Dept 46m
The Natural History Musuem is not JUST for History
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Daily Polls 16m
Which coast of the United States do you like more❓
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5th Geography of Innovation Conference Jun 13
The call for papers for the Geography of Innovation Conference 2020 is now open: Deadline: 31st August
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Sarah Jayne 40m
My heart melted today. Im not crying. Honestly.
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RHULGeography 23m
A huge congratulations to Dr Daniele Colombaroli who won a College Teaching Excellence award this year! On his course, students used forensic techniques to solve a mystery on campus & developed their own forensic case study too.
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Turing House Humanities 6h
Year 7 using a range of different literacy focuses to persuade tourists to visit Brazil. This week we are focusing on using the dash and the colon. Well done!!
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Scott E. 1h
I get the point that was trying to make, but
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Mrs Shields Geog 7h
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Jenn Hamby 1h
On a field study in downtown today for training today. This is getting to explore. Not a bad way to spend a day 🗺
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josephkerski 3h
What's where, why is it there, and why should we care? See my new video about
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Little Leigh Primary 4h
Year 1 enjoying a little bit of outdoor learning. We have learnt lots about the country Iceland!
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Tyler Marr 5h
An incredibly interesting read for teachers about what happens when permafrost and ice melts in our world. Many unknowns, but new realities!
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KISAN IAS 12h
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