I will be catching up with most of Saturday's sessions remotely over the next few weeks as I was involved in the Future Geographers' Day.
This was set up as always for students rather than teachers. I have been along to see some of the previous sessions.
We started the day with the keynote by Dr. Sarah Mills, who is Reader in Human Geography at Loughborough University. She explored moral education: character, citizenship and values.
I introduced the speakers - the first of which was Alice Griffiths, who took us through a range of interesting techniques for exploring and collecting quantitative and qualitative data, including mapping tools and technology as well as some more traditional methods.
I led a session on 'Where can Geography take you'? This was based on my book 'Why Study Geography?' which can be purchased from a number of bookshops.