Presented by Dr Simon Tate (Newcastle University) and Dr Lynda Yorke (Bangor University) at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) 'New to Teaching in GEES: Postgraduates who teach' workshops, Liverpool and Newcastle, October 2019. This session explores the context geographical educators are working in before exploring the generic and signature pedagogies adopted in geography teaching.
This is then placed in the context of the different learning styles of students. A questionnaire developed by Peter Honey and Alan Mumford is provided to determine learning styles.
Developing emotional intelligence and resilience to support innovative pedagogies.
Sounds can offer powerful evidence of lived experiences in the past and prompt oral history recollection.
The Council of Heads of Geography in UK Higher Education Institutions' (CHGHEI) principles for planning and delivering undergraduate fieldwork, guided by evidence and good practice.
Resources on and for bystanders in situations of discrimination, harassment and bullying.
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