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Spatial educators’ toolkit

The Queensland Spatial Educators' Toolkit (QSET) is designed to inspire classroom teachers with ideas on how to use spatial technologies in the classroom while meeting the requirements of the Australian Curriculum.

By using the toolkit you can look for activities that can slot into your existing unit. You can select those activities that fit with your work program and are appropriate for your classroom.

Geography resources

Science resources

Feedback

Tell us about your learning experiences and teaching strategies. By collaborating, we can make QSET the most comprehensive spatial teaching resource in Australia.

As you are the current classroom experts, we value your feedback and contributions to QSET. Submit your ideas, your classroom experiences or tell us what you think about QSET.

Contact us

Email spatialeducation@dnrm.qld.gov.au for more information about spatial education in the classroom.

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Last updated: 13 September 2016


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