IoE CPD session with Margaret Roberts

An option for those teaching want to explore the development of geographical enquiry is to head for the Institute of Education.
@IOE_London are holding two essential geography teacher workshops on key contemporary educational issues in school geography education on 24 November led by Margaret Roberts and David Gardner. 
Book your ticket here - they are FREE....
here are the details of the event.

A unique opportunity for geography teachers, geography education students and geography teacher educators.
University College Institute of Education in association with the Geographical Association invite you to attend 2 essential geography teacher workshops on key contemporary educational issues in school geography education:
1) Using data effectively to develop investigative approaches to teaching and learning at KS4 with Margaret Roberts.
After studying geography at the University of Cambridge, Margaret did the PGCE course at ULIE and chose to do teaching practice at Kidbrooke Comprehensive School. She taught for 12 years at comprehensive schools in London, Leicestershire and Sheffield before working as Lecturer/Senior Lecturer at the University of Sheffield, with responsibility for the geography PGCE course. 
Her research was focused on the implementation of the geography national curriculum. Since retirement, she was employed by the Government of Singapore for six weeks to run workshops on ‘Inquiry’ and has also done CPD work in Hong Kong, the Netherlands as well as in the UK. She has been an external examiner for BA, PGCE and MA courses at various universities.
Her publications include journal articles, chapters in books and two single authored books: Learning through Enquiry (2003) and Geography through Enquiry (2013). She has presented work in lectures and conferences in the UK, Italy, Singapore, Australia, South Africa, South Korea, Finland and the Netherlands and in a debate about Powerful Knowledge with Michael Young (now on YouTube).
2) Ensuring that every pupil makes the best possible progress through KS3 with David Gardner.
David Gardner was a Lecturer In Secondary Initial Teacher Education (geography) at UCL Institute of Education, until August 2018. He also led geography ITT at Goldsmiths and the Open University. David was national geography adviser at QCDA from 2005 to 2011. He was a secondary school teacher for 28 years, and a deputy headteacher. He is a freelance educational consultant, and an active member of the Geographical Association. He was chair of the GA’s Education Group 2011 to 2016. 
In 2015 he edited the GA’s publication Assessing progress in Your Key Stage 3 Geography Curriculum . .He leads CPD for teachers about assessment and curriculum design in geography. He has worked with a number of academy chains to develop a key stage 3 curriculum that plans for pupil progress, with assessment at its heart. 

David has also written guidance on planning for pupil progress using maps for the Ordnance Survey.

David is author of a range of successful geography textbooks. In 2018, he was the lead author and editor of a new Key Stage 3 geography textbook course, published by Hodder Education – Progress in Geography KS3