Having one of those pottering mornings online, where I could easily look up in several hours and see that it's gone dark outside…
Just following some leads from a conversation I was having about overhead projectors, and what we used to do with them in the classroom in the days before 'interactive' whiteboards.
I went into the archive of 'Teaching Geography', which is handled via JSTOR, and available to all subscribers of 'Teaching Geography' journal, and found the article I remembered using back then to use acetates to teach about contours, and also about the movement of mid-latitude depressions across the UK.
I remember having a roll of acetate, which was where I stored diagrams I needed to use several times.
When I worked for the Geographical Association, I also explored the warehouse where there was a wealth of older resources like this.
I discovered some more about this journal in an article by Jo Norcup. It talked about the Sealey's work before they retired to the Caribbean where it seems they carried on writing textbooks on the Geography of that area for some time.
I'd love to see some copies of this journal, but found out little more from some searching online. Just following up some leads via the Academia website.
Does anyone have any copies or now more about it?