Speaker presentations from our online secondary geography TeachMeet
The Society ran an Online Secondary Geography TeachMeet on Tuesday 11 May 2021. Many thanks to those who presented and attended. The speaker presentations are available below:
Charlotte Exton, University of Birmingham School - How I teach the carbon cycle using BiFOR FACE Facility
Emily Chandler, St George’s British International School, Duisburg - Engaging students with reading in Geography
Matthew Williams, Old Swinford Hospital School - Teaching for sustainable development through ethical global issues pedagogy
Hannah Finch-Noyes, St Helen & St Katharine - Providing GCSE field work opportunities during COVID and beyond.
Hannah's fieldwork booklet.
Fiona Old, Kingsthorpe College - How we teach the theme of conflict at Key Stage 3
Alan Parkinson, King's Ely Junior School - (Anthro)pause for thought
Niall Cole, Secondary Geography PGCE student, University of East Anglia - It all starts with a question: practical strategies to avoid the single story
Paul Turner, Freelance Consultant - Why everyone should teach land ownership and access.
View Paul's resources
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