Join us to democratically build an alternative vision of school geography.
Radical School Geography aims to push Geography’s critical edge and so support the development of a new and better society. Inspired by Marxist, socialist, anarchist, anti-racist, anti-colonial, feminist, queer, trans*, green, and postcolonial approaches to geographical thought and pedagogy. With far reaching implications for what and how we teach as well as how we assess outcomes.
Sessions will explore:
Why do we need an alternative?
What does this look like for content?
How can pedagogy be radical?
What about assessment?
During this launch event we will begin to discuss a manifesto for radical school geography. Please take the quiz "Am I a radical geography teacher?" to help inform the discussions.