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What will the world be like in 2020?


When sombody has really good eyesight, we say they have twenty-twenty (20-20) vision.


But did you know we have another kind of vision - the ability to imagine a future that we can help bring about.


What sort of world will you live in in the year 2020? or more importnaly, what sort of world do you want to help create?


Coochin Park, Beerwah, Qld

Photographer: Andrew Dalgliesh




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content would be placed here using widgets...

I'm not putting any more content here - this is just an example. The teacher making this WebQuest would add content here by adding different kinds of widgets. Some big advantage of mashups like this over other spaces like HTML webpages? - the content can be dynamic feeds as well as static text and media - the content can come from your other hosted spaces like youtube, flickr and any rss content like edublogs. - the content can be ours or you can include content from others (be sure to credit 3rd party content appropriately!) - by setting a password to allow other to edit and add widgets in your tabs, you can allow your students to responds to the tasks on the same page where you deliver them, or students can make content in external content sites and you can draw them in here via widgets


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Join us on our journey to far north Queensland as we explore:


The future of paradise


We will travel to Cairns in the far north of Queensland and undertake researcha bout the future of this unique region that strecthes from Townsville to the Torres Strait and the Great Barrier Reef to the Gulf of Carpentaria. Our mission is to find out about the challenges the far north faces from climate change and other environmental trends.


We will interview residents, community leaders and scientists. We will capture the beauty of this place in photographs and video clips and create and post podcasts of our reflections on changes already happening to far north Queensland's ecosystems.


The future of paradise?

What does the future hold for remote communities like Thursday Island?



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