Resources and support from the RGS-IBG and beyond for teaching and learning #geographyathome
We speak to Dr Helen Cleugh from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
We speak to Dr Christine Eriksen, a social geographer at the University of Wollongong
Resources to support recent geographical stories in the press
Ideas for further reading from books, higher education publications and the press mixed in with resources from the education team at the RGS-IBG
TEMPEST is a database of historical weather extremes in the UK. Bring these stories to your classroom with our user guide.
Guidance and support in developing high quality primary geography
This six-lesson unit on map skills is designed so that one lesson will be taught in each year group from years one through six
This module, comprising of six lessons, or half a term’s work, will focus on Australia
This module, comprising of six lessons, or half a term’s work, will focus on Brazil.
This module comprises six lessons or half a term's work, and focuses on global trade
This module, comprising of six lessons, or half a term’s work, will focus on mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes
This module, comprising six lessons, or half a term’s work, will focus on the United States of America
This module, comprising six lessons, or half a term's work, focuses on the city of Hong Kong
A poster to show more about key ideas and processes within the geography curriculum
Field sketching and field photography are fundamental parts of any field work investigation
Microclimate data can be collected in any location, including the school grounds
This section contains a selection of teaching resources that were produced by the Met Office education team for Key Stage One (up to the age of seven)
A selection of ideas for creating your own weather instruments in the classroom or at home
Support with your curriculum planning
Supporting Fieldwork at KS1 and KS2
Immersing yourself into the acoustic environment
You do not necessarily have to change your entire fieldtrip in order to bring it up to date
Develop the way your learners see, hear and interact with the spaces they inhabit
We speak to Professor Esther Eidinow about the role future scenarios play in our perception of risk.
A mission to solve unanswered questions about one of the most remote and least-studied wilderness areas on our planet.
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