Hear more about the latest academic research in a variety of curriculum areas
Geography Directions is a blog run by the Society and Wiley, and is a great way to stay up-to-date with the latest geographical issues and trends. It publishes posts written by authors who publish with our scholarly publications and a team of postgraduate News Editors. The main aim of the blog is help demonstrate the wider relevance of geographical research by making connections between published research and contemporary news topics.
Teachers will find it useful to read about the latest research and findings in a wealth of curriculum relevant areas.
The blog has international reach and is read by a diverse audience.
You can follow Geography Directions on Twitter or subscribe via the blog.
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Check out our brand new Geography Directions schools enrichment resource portal. Our Geography Directions blog applies geographical insights to better understand and explain contemporary issues.
Each blog post is written by a relevant expert geographer and many draw directly on the latest research, as published in the RGS-IBG journals, book series, and beyond.
This schools enrichment resource portal filters this content into easily accessible streams, based on topic areas at A-Level and GCSE, which can be used by teachers to enhance their knowledge, or shared with their students as part of their course materials and to provide stimulus for their NEAs.
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