The Society’s award-winning geographical teaching and learning resources are a key element of our support for teaching in the classroom and in the field.
One important way we develop our resources is by working with both teachers and researchers in higher education to get the latest research into the classroom, sharing geographers’ leading-edge research via a range of formats effective for teachers and students.
Browse our wide range of teaching resources here. Some of the recent highlights are:
Our Literacy Lowdown series, which reviews books from across the breadth of geography, featuring summaries, key quotes and more. The most recent reviews look at Sarah Hall’s Respatialising Finance, Kathryn Yusoff’s A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None, and Professor Mark Maslin’s How to Save our Planet. Watch out for an upcoming Lowdown on Martin Evans’ new book Geomorphology and the Carbon Cycle.
Our podcasts with geographers describing their research and key findings. We also create associated resources for some of the podcasts including:
Aguaje and tropical peatlands in Peru with Dr Katy Roucoux (School Members only)
China Africa relations: the Great Power Competition with Dinko Hanaan Dinko (School Members only)
Ecosystem restoration with Professor Yadvinder Malhi (School Members only)
Lindsey McEwen’s DRY utility resources
The Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai eruption, with analysis from Dr Sarah Henton De Angelis and Dr Silvio De Angelis (School Members only)
Our resources on Climate change and the Russian Arctic for KS3 and KS5, developed with Professor Jon Oldfield, the University of Birmingham, and WWF. Both resource sets culminate with a GIS task.
If you are a researcher who is interested in collaborating on a teaching resource that relates to your work, please contact email@example.com.
If your school is not yet a member, why not join us and gain access to our full range of resources?
Kate explores the RGS-IBG’s digital library to identify the African women in the expeditions of David Livingstone.
14 December 2020
2 December 2020
Sarah Rosenberg-Jansen has recently returned from her PhD fieldwork in refugee camps across Rwanda and Kenya, where she has been researching the use of renewable energies.
18 June 2018
Lieutenant Colonel Paul Hammett is Commanding Officer of the 42 Engineer Regiment (Geographic) at the British Army, Ministry of Defence.
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