3 November 2020
In this online session, we will be asking geography teachers to share their ideas and innovation with the teacher community.
Teachmeets are a great way to find out what fellow teachers are doing in the classroom and beyond. Delegates will be able to view around 10 individual sessions from a variety of geography teachers, and take away a range of ideas, resources and experiences. A great way to mingle with the geographical community online!
Delegates will be sent details of how to access the event approximately a week before the event. If this email does not reach you, please contact us before the day of the event.
'Every time I see a river' – Brendan Conway, Notre Dame School
Visualisers - the possibilities are endless - Laura Free, Tudor Grange Academy Worcester
Using visuals to develop independence, Chris Hoare, Kings’ School Al Barsha, Dubai, UAE
Hopeful Education: understanding progress, believing in humanity, and creating a better world, David Alcock, Bradford Grammar School
The power of multiple choice questions, Matthew Williams, Old Swinford Hospital School
Changing the subject: emerging post-Covid-19 geographies, Alan Parkinson, King's Ely Junior School
Teaching geography for the Anthropocene, Paul Turner, Freelance geography resource writer
Making case studies stick, Fiona Old, Kingsthorpe College
Overcoming the Lisnagunogue Effect: using GIS to turn space into place, Alistair Hamill, Lurgan College
Curriculum design 4 Geography: Your role as a 'curriculum maker’, Sophie Wilson, St Mary's University
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10 November 2020
[Online] Essential training for new EVCs responsible for the policies and practice around risk management for out-of-school visits.
24 November 2020
[Online] The second in a series of three events as part of our Geography and Core Maths initiative: Interpreting graphs.
30 November 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
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