20 June 2022
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
From £120.00 per person includes lunch
Join us for this face-to-face full day session which explores everything teachers need to know as they plan and deliver fieldwork for the first time.
You will learn about the purpose of fieldwork, how it can fit into a wider curriculum, what progression in fieldwork looks like through the key stages, as well as how to creatively draw successful outcomes from your time in the field. Time will be spent covering the practical aspects of fieldwork planning as well as how to accommodate the needs of different learners. It is anticipated that part of the day will be spent outside so please bring appropriate footwear and clothing.
This event is aimed at secondary geography teachers in the early stages of their career.
Chloe Searl (FRGS, CGeog) is a freelance field studies tutor, author and examiner based on the Isle of Wight. She has written extensively on fieldwork and enquiry-based learning and is a regular contributor to the Society's CPD programme. With a specialism in the A Level NEA, she has supported hundreds of students through the assessment and is passionate about equipping teachers with the skills to create both memorable fieldwork experiences and academically successful outcomes.
This event will be held on the premises of the Society and is an in-person event. If the course has to be re-organised then delegates will be given the option to transfer to a future course or receive a full-refund.
Please note we cannot offer refunds on bookings cancelled less than four weeks before the course. In the case of a last minute need to cancel, your school may send another teacher in your place at no additional charge.
Please note that we are asking delegates to pay for this event upfront at the point of booking. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide schools with invoices for this event.
This event is recognised by the Society as being suitable professional development for Chartered Geographer and may also be suitable for other professional accreditations.
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