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The Roman god Janus is usually shown with two faces, looking to the future as well as reflecting on the past. We thought we would do the same to celebrate the New Year.

Reflecting on 2014, the five most loved downloads are below … there’s something there for everyone. Many thanks to the wonderful contributors who shared these popular resources.

The future will see some stability for the geography curriculums but for a sneaky peek of the future, have a look through your own resource files – are you sitting on a stash of undiscovered gems ready to be contributed?

Chris Smart

Editor

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Most loved resources of 2014

 

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Our ever-growing libraries have resources made by real geography teachers in real classrooms – how about joining the ranks?

If you've made an activity, game or presentation which has gone down a storm with your classes, sign up as a Teachit Geography contributor to get your work added to the libraries. You come up with the resource, we'll give it a little polish, then voila! You'll have earned yourself a free Teachit Geography subscription and will start accruing royalties.

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That New Year's resolution?

I will be better organised this year!  Sound familiar or was that just me every January? 

Teachit Geography subscribers have access to My Teachit. It's your personal filing system. Once you’re logged in, a single mouse-click stores any of our files in your personal Teachit folder.

There is a notes field so you can annotate or label your selections – it's a useful way of remembering exactly how you adapted that resource to make it ideal for your class.

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