A teaching-focused blog for academics in Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
The What works? blog from the GEES Network is a teaching-focused resource for academics in Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences. The aim of the blog is to provide a way for you to quickly share learning with colleagues.
The blog includes reflections (500-1,000 words) by educators about approaches and interventions they have tried with their students or rationales of possible interventions they plan. The latter could be by authors seeking collaborators for joint evaluations of interventions.
Contributions can be initial impressions and reflections as well as evidence-based evaluation. Contributions are also welcome from educators working in schools or other settings proposing approaches which could be useful in HE.
Blog posts are reviewed by the editors and are not peer-reviewed. If you are able to include copyright free images then please do.
Please contact Sarah Dyer: s.dyer(at)exeter.ac.uk to discuss ideas or to submit a blog post.
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