With the start of the academic year fast approaching, the Society has launched a new bank of online resources to support those engaged in geographical teaching and learning in higher education.
From fieldwork planning, and common assessment and feedback issues, to the specific challenges of teaching large groups, the resources are wide-ranging and freely available on our website.
We are continually looking to expand the resources we have available. If there are new resources you would like us to add, or if you feel you can contribute, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further support in geographical teaching and learning, why not attend one of our events for postgraduates who are new to teaching in geography, earth and environmental sciences? Registration is now open for one-day workshops at the University of Liverpool (4 October) and Newcastle University (11 October).
Take a look at our new teaching and learning in higher education resources.
Congratulations to everyone receiving their GCSE geography results today.
The Society, working with the Association for Geographic Information (AGI), has published a new series of case studies championing and celebrating the critical role of geographical information, technologies and approaches.
Members of the Migrants on the margins team will be presenting their research in a session at this year’s Annual International Conference.
Congratulations to everyone receiving their A Level geography results today.
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