A new section of our website allows teachers to share their ideas on how to inspire students about geography.
Current posts include creating Esri story maps to support A Level modules, incorporating model-making into geography lessons, using data skills to enhance your pupils’ achievement, and how camping can be a low cost option for your school’s next residential fieldwork trip.
Do you have your own teaching idea about a topic, approach or new development in geography to share? We would love to hear them! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, school and teaching idea that we can share with other teachers on our website.
Take a look at the current ideas from teachers.
This month's issue of Geographical takes a closer look at child labour in the tobacco industry.
To mark Earth Day this year, the Society, in partnership with Forestry England, are calling on aspiring and professional photographers alike to submit their images of what a changing forest means to them as part of our Earth Photo competition.
We are delighted to announce the recent election of two new Research Group Representatives to the Society’s Research and Higher Education (RHE) Committee.
This year’s Hong Kong Research Grant has been awarded to Marine Roger to support her research assessing seismic hazards along the Chelungpu fault in Taiwan.
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