This autumn, the majority of the Society’s events, including our Monday night lectures and teacher CPD sessions, are taking place online. Any face-to-face events will be held in a COVID-19 secure venue.
Don’t miss out, download our events programme to your calendar.
[Online] The second in a series of three events as part of our Geography and Core Maths initiative: Interpreting graphs.
30 November 2020
[Online] A session focused on the evaluative demands posed by geography assessment objectives, and strategies for developing students' evaluative capabilities. Please note that this event is for teachers.
1 December 2020
[Online] This session will focus upon GCSE content for teaching about changing UK human landscapes, including urban and UK economic change. This is core to all GCSE Geography specifications.
3 December 2020
[Online] An opportunity to practise reviewing and modelling both shorter and longer responses, and to learn how to approach the extended writing so that students can get the best possible outcomes in A Level geography.
7 December 2020
[Online] The third in a series of three events as part of our Geography and Core Maths initiative: Using and exploring large datasets.
10 December 2020
[Online] Join us to learn more about geohazards, with a particular focus on tectonic hazards. This workshop will be led by Dr Matthew Blackett from Coventry University.
14 December 2020
[Online] Chartered Geographer is the Society's professional accreditation for those using their geographical skills, knowledge and understanding in the workplace. Join this webinar to learn more about the benefits of becoming Chartered.
16 December 2020
[Online] This online session is aimed at teachers who are interested in using Earth Observation data in the classroom. We will show how Earth Observation is an essential tool for helping us better understand geographical processes at a range of scales.
27 January 2021
[Online] From vast deserts, deep oceans to dinosaur-filled swamps, the Jurassic Coast is one of the world's greatest geological wonders. By showcasing the hidden clues, this extraordinary story will be revealed.
1 February 2021
This session will examine the distinctive characteristics and diverse landforms associated with areas of ice-rich permafrost.
3 February 2021
[Online] TeachChats are an informal way to find out more about a variety of aspects associated with teaching geography. This session we will be looking at how best to embed careers education into your teaching in a meaningful and useful way.
23 February 2021
[Online] In this online session, we will be asking primary teachers to share their ideas and innovation with the teacher community.
2 March 2021
[Online] This session uses an immersive, ground-level virtual field trip from the University of Worcester to explore the Moiry Valley.
9 March 2021
Supporting planning in primary Geography and History to strengthen links between the subjects and amplify learning
19 March 2021
[Online] The Climate Emergency is an increasingly important topic and many resources have appeared to help teach it in schools. But what should you use? How can you incorporate it in your lessons and and find time to do so?
10 May 2021
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