Speaker presentations from our online secondary geography TeachMeet
The Society ran an Online Secondary Geography TeachMeet on Tuesday 3 November 2020. Many thanks to those who presented and attended. The speaker presentations are available below:
'Every time I see a river' – Brendan Conway, Notre Dame School (view presentation and recording of presentation and river data)
Visualisers - the possibilities are endless - Laura Free, Tudor Grange Academy Worcester (view presentation)
Using visuals to develop independence, Chris Hoare, Kings’ School Al Barsha, Dubai, UAE (view presentation)
Hopeful Education: understanding progress, believing in humanity, and creating a better world, David Alcock, Bradford Grammar School (view presentation)
The power of multiple choice questions, Matthew Williams, Old Swinford Hospital School (view presentation)
Changing the subject: emerging post-Covid-19 geographies, Alan Parkinson, King's Ely Junior School (view presentation, view Alan's website)
Teaching geography for the Anthropocene, Paul Turner, Freelance geography resource writer (view presentation, view Paul's website, Emergency on Planet Earth document, test your climate knowledge, Youth Climate Summit, The BIG Climate Teach-In)
Making case studies stick, Fiona Old, Kingsthorpe College (view presentation, documents shared by Fiona, Noun Project)
Overcoming the Lisnagunogue Effect: using GIS to turn space into place, Alistair Hamill, Lurgan College (view presentation)
Curriculum design 4 Geography: Your role as a 'curriculum maker’, Sophie Wilson, St Mary's University (view presentation)
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