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Links 1 through 10 of 25 by John Sutton tagged geography

A great collection of ideas using Clustrmaps as a curriculum resource (Clustrmaps are those little dot maps in the sidebar of your blog). It's a Google Doc, so add your own.

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Geo blogging challenge with iPads. Where blogging meets Mission Explore. Brilliant and innovative use of blogs.

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Useful images showing how the UK compares in size to other countries. For instance, did you know Sudan is 10 x larger than the UK?

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I had no idea it was so easy to plot information from a Google Spreadsheet onto a Google Map. Here are the instructions.

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Virtual village in rural Kenya - great for contrasting locality studies

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The geology of Britain made freely available on Google Maps

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Summary weather data index for UK cities. Useful for spreadsheet work. The data is from the UK Met Office but is presented in a nice simple format to understand.

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An animated model showing birth and death rates and CO2 emissions across the globe. Identifies the big C)2 polluters graphically and skyrocketing population stats. Scary stuff. Add dramatic music for full effect (suggestion of Tom Barrett)

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Works out a child's environmental impact by asking questions about their lifestyle. Good supporting information, lessons and resources on the site, too.

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Use this to plot routes to school and then add the calorie data to a spreadsheet to model amount of energy you'll use in a week/month/year walking to school.

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