Resources and support from the RGS-IBG and beyond for teaching and learning #geographyathome
Over the coming months we will be producing further resources to support the teaching and learning of geography at home, plus online events, training and lessons. This page will provide an overview of the Society's support and resources, plus highlight other online geography-related learning opportunities that you might find useful.
You can find out about new resources and events via our Twitter @RGS_IBGschools. You can also find more resources on Twitter using #geographyathome
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Podcasts focusing on topics from wildfires, weather and the high street to plate tectonics, cities and the carbon cycle. These are perfect for your students to listen to current geographical themes and keep up to date with their subject knowledge.
A wide range of articles and case studies based on geography in the news - these link directly to specification content and can help your students to read around topics presented in your online lessons.
Our catalogue of online lectures by leading geographical experts for you and your students to watch, some of which are supported by resources that can be used to teach a lesson based on the lecture.
You might like to encourage your students to think about geographical fieldwork within their home space. We have selection of ideas for school grounds fieldwork which could be adapted, plus ideas for creating your own fieldwork equipment at home.
Use this opportunity to get to grips with GIS and pre-plan some lesson content to use with your students. We have a range of support for GIS, plus some information about using data sets.
Our news roundup will help students stay aware of geographical stories in the press.
Why not think about how you are presenting careers with geography to your students? We have a wealth of careers resources; this is an ideal time to show students how geography works in the real world.
Our animations explain geographical processes and concepts in a visual way - excellent for getting parents to get to grips with the concepts your students are learning about at home.
Our modules are perfect for getting students to work through at home with their parents - they provide background information about the topic, lesson plans and all the resources needed to teach up to six lessons.
Remember to check our events pages for students and teachers for details of online event opportunities.
Discovering Antarctica / Discovering the Arctic / Discovering Galapagos / Discovering Britain.
Explore the Society's film collection on BFI Player.
The Society's Young Geographer of the Year 2020 competition is now open and welcoming entries
Free access to Geographical Magazine archives for a limited time
Esri UK have a huge range of resources for ArcGIS online including tutorials, as well as resources to learn about COVID-19
Maps skills and more from Ordnance Survey
Digimap for Schools is now free until 31 July 2020
OpenLearn from The Open University
Online Weather and climate courses for teachers, trainee teachers and A Level students from the Royal Meteorological Society
Wildlife and ecology with Steve Backshall
Wildlife and nature with Chris Packham
Field Studies Council
Field Studies Council: Fieldwork live
Where on Earth do you live? with Dr Anjana Khatwa
Educational Recording Agency
Dynamic Earth Online
The Earth Museum
Royal Canadian Geographical Society's online classroom
Wildlife Aid Foundation
Geoblogy - Geology inspired activities
The curious geographer YouTube channel
Ideas from Geographical Magazine
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