RGS Teachmeet - still time to book

The RGS are running a Teachmeet next week. There is still time to book your place.

Here are the speakers.

It's FREE.

3 November 2020

Event programme

'Every time I see a river' – Brendan Conway, Notre Dame School

Visualisers - the possibilities are endless - Laura Free, Tudor Grange Academy Worcester

Using visuals to develop independence, Chris Hoare, Kings’ School Al Barsha, Dubai, UAE

Hopeful Education: understanding progress, believing in humanity, and creating a better world, David Alcock, Bradford Grammar School

The power of multiple choice questions, Matthew Williams, Old Swinford Hospital School

Changing the subject: emerging post-Covid-19 geographies, Alan Parkinson, King's Ely Junior School

Teaching geography for the Anthropocene, Paul Turner, Freelance geography resource writer

Making case studies stick, Fiona Old, Kingsthorpe College

Overcoming the Lisnagunogue Effect: using GIS to turn space into place, Alistair Hamill, Lurgan College

Curriculum design 4 Geography: Your role as a 'curriculum maker’, Sophie Wilson, St Mary's University