2019 GTAV Life Member Citation - Trish Douglas

September 2019
Interaction (Melbourne);Sep2019, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p6
Academic Journal
The article focuses on profile of Trish Douglas who has served on the Geography Teachers Association of Victoria (GTAV) Committee and mentions volunteer roles while on the Committee. Topics discussed include textbooks of both the first and second editions of the current VCE textbooks, Trish presented at countless professional learning events run by the GTAV and geography teacher helped by the GTAV.


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