Extreme Environments by Richard Allaway & Alan Parkinson

Extreme Environments

By Richard Allaway & Alan Parkinson

  • Release Date: 2012-08-11
  • Genre: Education
Score: 5
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Description

The aim of this eBook is to help facilitate revision and synthesis of the Extreme Environments optional theme of the IB Diploma Programme Geography course.

Reviews

  • Extreme environments

    5
    By Once upon a time in the North
    Jolly well done to the authors. A very readable, well illustrated and interactive ebook that students will enjoy using.
  • Throughly enjoyable!

    5
    By Georick
    Clear, well thought out example of how the medium of iPad and other tablets will make a significant contribution to the classroom. Well done! Just need to create one for the impending Geography gOve level and you'll be richer than Waugh! ;-)
  • Great resource

    5
    By Catfordclass
    A great resource for ib students and teachers. Interesting and up to date case studies clearly following the ib syllabus.
  • Excellent resource

    5
    By Rhiannon Maddocks
    If only I was an IB geography student again and had this book as an aid. What an excellent resource - clear, well layout, handy revision tips and great photos and diagrams.
  • A beacon for future iBook authors

    5
    By Dozmeista
    A fantastic resource that I will be using this coming year. This is where the future of textbooks lie - clear and concise as well as inclusion of relevant interactive activities to test learning. I salute you Mr. A!
  • Good work

    5
    By IBGeoger
    Whilst the navigation takes a bit of getting used to, perhaps it is because I am more of an iBooks novice, this is a great resource. Certainly for revision this is very helpful. The images are well selected and the video and audio sections are good too. This is certainly not a sole text book. You need to search elsewhere for more thorough explanations of physical processes and, for the most, to get the full detail in the case studies that you would need for Level 7 (top grade in IB). However, I don't think this iBook is trying to replace other resources but to complement. It does this very well.
  • Great Geography

    5
    By John Sayers
    This book is a wonderful example of the next generation of resources for teachers and students. It offers fantastic visuals to stimulate the reader with plenty of interaction to get students thinking and writing notes or flash cards to revise from at a later date. A resource my students and I are going to really enjoy using and more importantly really learn from and have evidence to prove it! Roll on more books! Brilliant job Richard and Alan take a bow!

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