In the development of GeogSpace, the Australian Geography Teachers Association (AGTA) was supported by the resources of Education Services Australia (ESA). GeogSpace is part of ESA's Supporting Australian Curriculum Online (SACOL) Program.
AGTA is appreciative of both the support of ESA in making GeogSpace a reality and the dedicated work of the practising geography teachers from around Australia who undertook on behalf of AGTA the task of writing the GeogSpace illustrations of practice.
In particular, AGTA wishes to recognise the outstanding work of the following GeogSpace writers:
Tamara Boyer, John Butler, Nick Hutchinson, Jennifer King, Grant Kleeman, Mick Law, Mark Manuel, Malcolm Massie, Helen Rhodes, Judy Mraz (Director of Projects, Geography Teachers' Association of Victoria Inc), Denise Miles and Roger Smith.
AGTA would also like to recognise the work of the GeogSpace management and editorial team of Malcolm McInerney (Executive Director), Mary Hudson (Project Manager), Rob Berry (Web Manager), Grant Kleeman (Supervising Editor) and Cheryl Johnstone (Editor).
AGTA thanks the GeogSpace ESA Project Manager, Daniel Nicholls for his professional work supporting AGTA with the GeogSpace project.Through the work of the AGTA team and ESA personnel, GeogSpace has developed into a unique resource for the successful implementation of a geography curriculum in all Australian schools.
Image 1 high density urban centre, India; Image 2 tourists explore Mekong Delta by small boat, Vietnam; Image 3 pinnacles formations in Nambung National Park, Western Australia © Rob Berry.
Image 4 Noosa Beach, Queensland; Image 5 Bales Beach, Kangaroo Island, South Australia © Mark D Manuel .