2019 GTAV Life Member Citation - Leonie Brown

September 2019
Interaction (Melbourne);Sep2019, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p5
Academic Journal
The article focuses on profile of Leonie Brown who has served as president and has benefited teaching expertise at Geography Teachers Association of Victoria (GTAV). Topics discussed include nomination of Brown as accomplished Geography teachers and filming teacher, impact on Geography education in Victoria through her involvement and development of teaching skills.


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