Here you can find resources to teach your pupils about mapping. We’ll be updating this over the next week or so.
If you get your classes making maps we’d love to see them, and include them in future exhibitions and Juice’s Manifesto for the City project. Juice want to make a statement about how young people see, use and want to change Newcastle and Gateshead – we’ll be involved in this throughout 2016 and the maps as essential for this. So please post us the maps, we’ll scan them and return them. Post them to: Dr Jon Swords, D213 Ellison Building, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8ST.
Introduction to the Project – this is the presentation Mike gave at the exhibition launch (22/10/15) (Format: .pptx, Size: 9.4mb)
History of Maps – includes notes, an introduction for teachers, and ideas for making unusual types of maps (Format: .pptx, Size: 32mb).
Power of maps – includes notes, an introduction for teachers, and ideas for making personalised versions of the pupil’s worlds by giving them the power to become cartographers (Format: .pptx, Size: 30mb)