27 March 2023
Online via Microsoft Teams
From £35.00 per person
Join us for this online twilight session exploring some new and creative ways of delivering fieldwork in the environment within or close to your school grounds. The session focuses on fieldwork experiences that come at little to no cost to geography departments, but which at the same time do not compromise academic rigour. Advice will be given about how each technique can be adapted to work with the needs of different learners or scaled up or down to suit different key stages. This event is aimed at secondary geography teachers in any stage 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 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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