Speaker presentations from our online secondary geography TeachMeet
The Society ran an Online Secondary Geography TeachMeet on Tuesday 19 May 2020. The speaker presentations are available to download:
100+ ideas for a geography club, Ollie Davies, City of London School (View presentation)
How can we better connect Primary and Secondary Geography?, Josh Sutheran, Teacher of Geography and this is at Holland Park School, London (available to download)
Simple but effective ideas to support literacy (written and oracy) in geography, Claire Cannon, Geography teacher and teacher i/c of clubs and societies. - Brune Park Community School (available to download)
Getting the NEA right, David Rogers, Director of Standards, The Littlehampton Academy (available to download)
Introducing Routes: The Journal For Student Geographers, Cyrus Nayeri, Teacher of Geography; Latymer Upper School (available to download)
Bringing Weather to Life: Exploring the Atmosphere for Beginners, Dr David Preece, Head of Geography, St. Dunstan's College (available to download) or view David's blog post about this
Developing pupils written responses through structure and oracy, Dee Tombs, Head of Geography, Heartlands High School (available to download)
Five approaches to Fieldwork , Simran Jouhal, Head of Geography and Lead teacher of staff development (Not yet available)
How we’ve got homework right... , Jennifer Monk, Head of Geography, Golborne High School (available to download)
‘Ask the Geographer’ – Working with academics to enhance your geography curriculum, Gemma Collins, Lecturer in Geography Education, University of Birmingham (available to download)
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