18 November 2020
From £30.00 per person
This session aims to ‘de-mystify’ one of the trickier A Level teaching topics using a range of engaging and contemporary examples and illustrations, including changing place experiences during ‘life under lockdown’.
This session is a repeat of the session we ran in June 2020.
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 (preferably before the day of the event).
Dr Simon Oakes has worked as a chief examiner, curriculum designer and textbook author across a range of geography and humanities qualifications, including GCSE, iGCSE, A Level, IB Diploma and university entrance tests. An experienced school teacher and undergraduate lecturer, he is an Associate Editor of Geography Review magazine and a recipient of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)’s Ordnance Survey award for excellence in geography education. After completing a PhD dealing with impacts of global systems on rural places, Simon's post-doctoral research explored how communications technology can help build community resilience in flood risk areas.
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