GIS day in partnership with Bristol Avon Rivers Trust

This course provides the skills needed to integrate GIS into your teaching and a set of easy to use teaching resources that can be implemented without specialist GIS knowledge.

 

Fieldwork skills for GCSE and A Level geography teachers

This weekend course offers teachers the opportunity to improve their skills in providing high quality ‘first hand’ outdoor fieldwork. It will focus on preparing students for the non-examined assessment (NEA) component of the A Level geography qualification, but also introduce skills that can be applied at GCSE level.

Developing a deeper understanding of the A Level Independent Investigation

This partnership event with OCR aims to support teachers with their work with students on the A Level Independent Investigation.  

 

Conference - Fieldwork and Independent Investigation with ArcGIS Online

A conference for teachers who are looking to make better use of ArcGIS online for fieldwork and the NEA.

Building and deploying DIY web-connected field sensors and loggers for field research and teaching

Are you doing an expedition, dissertation research or GCSE/A level field teaching? You'll need to measure stuff!  Come and learn how to design and use low cost sensors (using the freestation.org approach).

Physical geography fieldwork day – GCSE and A Level

Fieldwork day for teachers in partnership with ERM.

 

Expedition medicine training

A two-day course for those departing on expeditions to remote parts of the world where medical help is not readily available.
 

Flooding today and tomorrow - Ceri Davies

Ceri Davies, from Natural Resources Wales, will speak on the topic of flooding. Joint event with Cardiff University School of Earth and Ocean Sciences.

Raising achievement in GCSE History and Geography

Now into the second year of examinations for the new GCSE specifications, we’ve learned some lessons from the first cohort. Results have shown that some less able students are finding the exams inaccessible, and teachers have expressed concerns about covering the content in two years.