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The deadline for this year’s Innovative Geography Teaching Grants is fast approaching.
We award two grants of £1,000 every year to fund innovative geography teaching at secondary level to enable imaginative, innovative and creative teaching materials to be developed. This serves not only geography pupils, but also the wider teaching community through the creation of resources on a particular timely issue or approach.
Previous recipients have developed a variety of resources, spanning a range of topical issues, from investigating the geography of crime and exploring a world city through census data, to an interactive tour of Kampala that evaluates the success of the Millennium Development Goals.
Applications should come from teacher-higher education partnerships, ideally from a school teacher and a lecturer/researcher based at a UK university, and should be submitted by the application deadline.
The deadline for applications is 15 February.
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Grants to support school fieldwork and expeditions, and innovation in teaching geography at secondary and higher education level.
Every year we support over 40 student fieldwork projects, from PhD students collecting data for their dissertation to groups of undergraduates looking to get out into the field for the first time.
We support a range of field and desk-based research projects, from established researchers undertaking cutting edge fieldwork to early career academics working on smaller projects.
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