11 May 2021
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, and a great way to mingle with the geographical community online.
Delegates will be able to view around 8 individual sessions from a variety of geography teachers, and take away a range of ideas, resources and experiences.
We are asking geography teachers to either register as a delegate (just a viewer of the session) or as a speaker (to present a short session during the event). There are 8 speaker spaces available. Please note that speakers will be contacted by the Society about the content of their presentation once they have registered.
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.
Please note there are a limited amount of spots for this event and by booking a space and subsequently not attending you could be preventing another teacher from participating. Please only book if you are sure you will be attending.
Charlotte Exton, University of Birmingham School - How I teach the carbon cycle using BiFOR FACE Facility
Emily Chandler, St George’s British International School, Duisburg - Engaging students with reading in Geography
Clare Martin, South Wolds Academy and Sixth Form - Using Minecraft in Geography
Featured image: Diz Play @dizplay/Unsplash
[Online] A careers webinar with insights and advice from professional geographers providing careers skills advice.
Please note this Use Geography webinar is taking place at 10am
24 March 2021
[Online] Sally Earthrowl, an environmentalist and adventurer, has spent the last three years at sea with eXXpedition reseaching the North Pacific Gyre plastic pollution solutions
20 May 2021
[Online] Carl Chapman, the founder of Wildlife Tours and Education will talk about penguins, albatross and whales, drawing from his wealth of experience in ecotourism and natural history tours.
9 June 2021
[Online] Tom will outline the methods used by Green Light Trust to have such lasting effects on the lives of the people they support. During the talk, you will hear from the people the trust supports and learn about its novel approach to measuring its impact.
6 July 2021
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