You can find the current draft of the TIGAS assessment framework here:
The meeting of many members of the study group in Paris led to a revision of the assessment framework. You can download the updated version here: TIGAS assessment framework_2019
The NCGRE funds a group to be led by Chew-Hung Chang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) which seeks to develop a framework supporting future international comparative analyses of geography curricula in schools. Collaborators are A/P Gillian Read more…
During the IGU CGE Conference in Lisbon in October 2017, there will be a Social Lab. Here you can find more information about the Social Lab and the TIGAS Assessment Framework Draft
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